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Song Parodies -> "Wrong Fool Woman in a Wack Dress"

Original Song Title:

"Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress"

Original Performer:

The Hollies

Parody Song Title:

"Wrong Fool Woman in a Wack Dress"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Last night was Oscar night. If you're an Amiright regular, you know what that means for today. Presenting the 11th annual Bjork Awards for Oscar gown clownery.
(Instrumental opening)

This Sunday night I was downtown
Hollywood in West L.A.
Naomi Watts had cutout of crescent
that gave one of her boobs play.
Glanville didn't cover her breast sides
Exposed were about two-thirds.
Had to call the ASPCA man:
Amy Adams' dress made from fifty birds.

A pair of items that usually draw my eyes:
But what was with Charlize Theron, guys?
She wore a half business suit and a half dress
On her five-nine beautiful tall.
Anne Hathaway made us forget her catness:
Those points she made said it all...

(Instrumental break)


I saw Halle Berry in spacesuit.
Like Anne, should have stuck with cat.
Was worse than Bowie's Ziggy Stardust gay suit, boy.
I don't think, these days, she knows where it's at.
Once Jane Fonda was called a siren
but last night she wore chartreuse.
And Sally Field left me perspirin':
At her age, sheer red is bad news.

Jen Garner's closet had dress on the left side
and she really should've chosen the right.
Who chose purple? Prince?
Or a dinosaur?
Well, I'm gonna be forgiven
if I'm makin' my livin'
mockin' wrong fool woman in a wack dress
at Academy's TV ball.
With no-good look, she'll be a hot mess.
And that wrong fool woman blew it all...

Blew it all...

Blew it all...

Blew it all!

Blew it all!

Blew it all!

Blew it all!



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Pacing: 3.6
How Funny: 3.6
Overall Rating: 3.6

Total Votes: 14

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Jeff Reuben - February 25, 2013 - Report this comment
Glad you gave me a heads up to this...nice send up of the stylings of Oscar night!
Old Man Ribber - February 25, 2013 - Report this comment
Michael - You have the potential to be another Mr. Blackwell. You cerainly write better and more humorously than he ever did.
MOR - February 25, 2013 - Report this comment
Sally Field must have bumped onto this song and gave it all 1s.
Michael Pacholek - February 26, 2013 - Report this comment
I like her. I really, really like her. But her dress was awful, and not age-appropriate.
Peregrin - February 23, 2018 - Report this comment
Still, I am prepared to forgive her because she is Sally Field. I still remember her as being one of only two redeeming features of Smokey and the Bandit. The other was Jackie Gleason, and NOT for the same reasons. Charlize Theron, North Country, ooh la la. Business suit? It's what's underneath counts toward the ooh la la. Before any militants out there start sticking knitting needles in my likeness, yes, I am sure her mind is worthy of admiration is well. But I am unlikely to ever meet her to decide. Anne Hathaway similarly, plus she is the spitting image of a former co-worker. Ooh ooh, la la la! What's this? Have I digressed? I enjoyed the parody as well. Not just for the reasons listed :)

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