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Song Parodies -> "Wally, Son (It's About The Beaver)"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Elvis Costello

Parody Song Title:

"Wally, Son (It's About The Beaver)"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

Those of you who remember "Leave It To Beaver", the sitcom from back around 1960 may recall that there was something just a little strange about "the Beaver" at times. Well, Dad has decided it's past time to sit down with his older brother, Wally, and have a little "heart-to-heart" with him about "Beav's" odd behavior.
Well, son you've probably noticed that Beaver's a little weird
And with the way he acts your Mom and me are getting kind of stressed
We've tried to cover up the things he does
but we've not had much success
Lately his actions are so detrimental
He's committed some very odd crimes
Don't want to know what he was doing with that body
He may have to do some time

Wally, son, we know the Beaver acts real strange
Oh Wally, son, seems he's deranged

Well, the Beaver's on probation now
'Cause they caught him dumping toxins when he was down at the lake
The judge said "Hold him in jail on remand"
So there's no bail that he can make
The other inmates have complained about his cackling
You should hear the crazy things he says
I guess your brother is just wound up a bit tight
So in jail he will have to stay

Wally, son, it seems the 'Beav' has lost his grip
Oh Wally, son, the Beaver's flipped
He's really flipped
Oh yes, he's flipped
His gears are stripped
His cogs have slipped
He's lost his grip
Yeah, Beaver's flipped

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Johnny D - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Twisted. 5's
Paul Robinson - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Johnny.
Robert J. Pagliaro - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
How can anyone not appreciate a twisted mind when the result is something like this? Entertaining. (1957 to 1964, I believe)
Paul Robinson - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Robert - Thanks - a twisted mind is a terrible thing to waste. Also, a wasted mind is an easy thing to twist. Thanks for the "FYI" on the "Beaver's" TV run. I was thinking it started in the latter 50's and ran through the early-to-mid 60's but I wasn't sure enough to try and reference it that way.
Meriadoc - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Well, being called Beaver would give anyone a complex. Do you think maybe the 50s fat cat, cigar chewing TV execs did it as an inside joke? :-o
Paul Robinson - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Meriadoc - Hmmm...or it might be his relationship with the girl down the street (can't remember the character's name) - the "little" girl who played her suddenly began "developing" a couple seasons into the show's they phased her out. She ended up being my step-brothe's girl-friend a couple years later.
alvin rhodes - April 18, 2004 - Report this comment
i love "beaver" parodies and this one is great....also nice job on a tricky song...5s
Paul Robinson - April 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin. Gee, I didn't know anyone else had done any parodies on "Leave It To Beaver" mean the OTHER type of 'beaver", don't you?

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