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Song Parodies -> "Sheep, Baby!"

Original Song Title:

"Beach Baby"

Original Performer:

The First Class

Parody Song Title:

"Sheep, Baby!"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

As said In response to the UK's "Primust" subject, Andy Primus, at this parody that he inspired, sheep ranching was very big in the US state of Idaho (capital, Boise), before it went high-tech. The unofficial state motto was, "Idaho: Where men are men, and sheep are nervous."

Yes, this is a California surfing song, and there isn't any surf in Idaho. [1] OTOH, there aren't any sheep in Los Angeles, so it all sort of evens out. ;)

Unrelated to the first-ever parody of TOS here, FG/TT's "Bleach Baby"... guess you could say that TT just sorta sheared the Wool(-ite™) off of that one. ... Ultra-perk-you-up OS video here.

(Ow, oh, yow, whoa, got- -ta go)
(Balls: blue; need... to... let 'em blow)

Do you remember back in Idaho (Boise, go)
When ev'ry girl we asked would "Just Say No" (Girls: "Eeh, No!")
We couldn't even find a decent wh*re
They wanted you, but only marryin' male

Remember pantin' til your pants would pop? (OMG!)
The dress I ruined when I shot my slop? (What a wad!) [2]
We're buyin' Penthouse™ at the corner store
Sneakin', peekin': pictures of some phony tail [P]

Sheep, Baby!
Sheep, Baby,
Good for your gland
Giving someplace where I put my member
Flockin' good cure
For your c**k, it was sure
In her moon, tight

Sheep, Baby,
Sheep, Babe, re-
-lief is "at hand"
In July's heat or snows of December
Shtuppin' each one
We could shoot off our guns; roll in hay

No girl would have a hand to lend
Uh, - oh!
They wanted only: be your "friend"
Oh, - no!
Long, hot dates
Nev-er mates
But sheep are waiting to play!

Do it, do
Me and ewe
That makes tewe

Bah! Aah!, Baaaa, Ha!, Baah, baaaa yeaa!

They all would wait till conjugation day [3] (Aisle, show)
Pet in the car, but not go "all the way" (Hit plateau)
Would not put out until you coughed up ring
Not "yes"; they won't dismember shroud on thing

Sheep, Baby!
Sheep, Baby,
Happily manned
Goin' logging till I fell my timber
Front or back door
Never balk, always score
Wooly poon, white

Sheep, Baby!
Sheep, Baby,
Out in ranch land
Sure supply; always bend, lamb is limber
Certain "shear" fun;
We would go "one on one" ev'ry day!

[mewesical interl-ewe-d, with shouts of joy]

Whoop de do
T for Two:
Lamb 'n ewe....

[Baaa, yeah!, Y-abba-ah D-abba-ah, Do!] [4]
[Sheep, Baby! Cheap, lay me! Sleep, maybe! (Creep? Hey, *me*?! ) Leap, may we? Heap, lay we! ]
[Baaa, yeah!, Lla-ma? That-'ll do!]
[Bleep, Baby! Deep, Babe! Bo-peep: maybe weep? Meryl Streep? Nay, me; keep, Lady...]

[repeat until ewe've had enough, then fade back into town and meet your girl, happy for once]

[1] Despite the fact that the state is completely land-locked, the U.S. Government has a top-secret research center for submarine nuclear reactors there. TT knows why they put it there, but if he were to tell you, he'd have to kill you... ;)

[2] This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to any actual persons or incidents, including, but not limited to, Presidents and their interns, is unintentional and strictly coincidental.

[P] Pacing note: OS line is "With the beat-up sneakers and the pony tail". Singers elide "With the" to barely audible, but that's where "Sneekin' " fits.

[3] Not literally correct; rather, a back-formation from "conjugal" = "of, pertaining to, or characteristic of marriage, e. g. 'conjugal vows'."

[4] Still trying to sneak an ABBA reference into the Flintstonian cry of delight, in line with this week's tributes to the group's Hall Of Fame induction on March 15, 2010

Please tell me that someone caught "Boise/Girls, Eeh" -- *please*? ;)
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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.8
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 9

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 4   1
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Patrick - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
One of the first executions in the English colonies was of a lad who had buggered a turkey and a couple other farm animals. The Puritans also executed the poor critters, too. As if it were their fault. Amazing what you can do with a song when you think not with your brain but your over-active schlong.
Old Man Ribber - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Because of recent events here, I feel a little "sheepish" about giving you top scores. BAH! When "bums" like us do a good job, we deserve "kissing" with 5s. LOL ;D
T1k - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Hadn't heard this OS before, but it sure goes well with the parody written - to each his own (ewe)
AFW - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
A wild and wooly job, as always...shear poetry
Mark Scotti - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
"Ewe"'r up to your old tricks again! Hilarious!!!
John Barry - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Divinely ovine.
EweTube Admin - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Though veritably spewing hilarity, sheepish voters might wanna take notice that there's a hole lotta LambPoon™ imfringe-meant here!
Phil Nelson - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
cute, naughty, and original. A winning combination! 5's
Meriadoc - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
"Tewe" was may favorite part!
Tommy Turtle - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Patrick: Umm, you *do* realize that these parodies are fictional, right? ... otherwise, *please* don't read the one about TT doing his sister! ') ... Thanks for the compliment on the brains in TT's schlong. Two heads are better than one. (hahahah ... I *slaughter* me -- oops, bad choice of words...) Thanks for v/c.

Old Man Ribber: Don't let it stop you!!!!! :-D

T1k: Or the parody written goes well with TOS? .... (blush). Thanks for v/c.

AFW: Ewe are tewe kind!

Mark Scotti: You know how it is -- you try to hold it in, but every once in a while, the urge becomes overwoolming.... Thanks Mark!!!

John Barry: But rather different from Dante's "Divine Comedy". ... maybe think of it as TT's "Ovine Comedy"? ... now, there's an idea for a trilogy... thanks, John.

EweTube Admin: Could ewe please provide a link to the site? All I get is this dull old YouTube™, with (yuk) guuurls on it... I need to check out all of that content on which ewe say I'm in-fringe-ing!

Phil Nelson! Thanks! It's a long-running genre for TT; this is about the 14th or so. (Like you have nothing better to do than look through his author page for the others, lol.)

Meriadoc: Always glad to have tickled the doc's fancy!
Debon - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
It is an unusual joy to read about such profound dedication to the ovine creatures.
Tommy Turtle - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Debon: All of Creation's creatures deserve love ... pleased to have brought unusual joy to you. Thanks for vote and comment.
Jonathan Spurlock - February 16, 2019 - Report this comment
There may not have been any sheep in LA proper, but a fellow church member in Rosamond told us about raising sheep in El Segundo. He said, shaking his head, that sheep were among the dumbest of all animals and if one fell on its back, then "sheepie" would be a goner before too long (a paraphrase of his exact words; that encounter took place 'long about 30 years ago!). Perhaps some of the commentators recall the scene in the Woody Harrelson movie "Kingpin" where he brought in a sheep for a, um, distraction??? 4's for a good parody, less 1 for some of the language.

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