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Song Parodies -> "Stallone Again, Naturally"

Original Song Title:

"Alone Again, Naturally"

Original Performer:

Gilbert O'Sullivan

Parody Song Title:

"Stallone Again, Naturally"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

This is the fourth time I've done this song. So what, Stallone didn't stop after "Rocky III."
In a little while from now
when I'm a man, not a mouse
I promised myself to treat myself
to visit a movie house
and fall into my seat
and popcorn I would eat
and watch right there as old Sylvester
Stallone kicks some major keister
putting on the clamps
as the champ, Rocky Balboa
or John Rambo, whose war, you know
is never really ovah.
It makes me want to hurl
at each film he'll unfurl.
Stallone again, naturally.

We cheered him in '76
and watched all his later tricks
and he blew things up, and we lived it up
and we all got our needed kicks.
But he went "Over the Top"
let the box-office money drop
then tried comedy, what a travesty.
He should stick to action thrillers.
But I saw "Rambo III," it was just some stupid filler.
And Rocky dumped that Russian bum.
Who's he fighting next, Godzilla?
It's making my brain bleed
'cause it truly is indeed
Stallone again, naturally.

It seems that there are more bad films premiering every day.
They're well-intended, but just pretended.
What will we do? What will we do?

(instrumental break)

Stallone, again, naturally.

And looking back over the years
as the rain's falling on my ears
I remember how I cried when old Mickey died
and Apollo's death gave me tears.
And at 58 years old
you'd think he could rest his soul.
He's a famous man.
He's got Adrian.
He's even got a Rocky Junior.
By now he's taken on every conceivable villain.
But can't resist a "Rocky VI."
Yo! Sly! You should be chillin'!
But ten bucks I will pay.
Whose film I see today?
Stallone again, naturally.

Stallone again, naturally.


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Pacing: 4.3
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Steve K. - February 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Rocky vs. Godzilla? Somehow, I wouldn't put that past the movie industy. The line "more bad films premiering every day", is sad but true. But anyway, yo get five yo's from me.
Meriadoc - February 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Loved the 'kiester' line!
Johnny D - February 14, 2005 - Report this comment
What Meriadoc said.

Rent "Rhinestone".

Oh, and I almost forgot - as the big Rockys go, yours is Balboa than most.
alvin rhodes - February 14, 2005 - Report this comment
best one i read today...great job
Tim Hall - February 14, 2005 - Report this comment
5 yo's all around! BTW, there are Rocky slot machines here in Vegas!
Stuart McArthur - February 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Godzilla just fell into place perfectly MP - what a good OS to use, and funny title - btw heard on the radio that he's just put out his own magazine, called "Sly" - pictures of him on every page (or so I've heard - my newsagent had sold completely out) - 555
Peregrin - February 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Brilliant Pach, loved it
Johnny D - February 15, 2005 - Report this comment
Oh and did I mention that I like the parody? Well, I do!

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