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Song Parodies -> "Feetwell"

Original Song Title:

"Rhythm Of The Night"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Phil Nelson

The Lyrics

Based on the original saying "feet" and "well" so close together
I'm inventing, what will I invent today?
A brand new feet product to relax your feet away
It's time to try it step into it your feet smell
This will freshen your feet, I invented a feetwell

I know a place where you can soak your toes right away
Underneath electric jets
Just look with me and see it's got its own warming tray
You'll just heat your feet while they're in there, yes

Put your feet in my feetwell here tonight
Rest them 'til the morning light
It will massage your feet to ease your mind
No it won't help your behind
Put your feet in my feetwell here tonight
Oh, my feetwell there tonight, oh yeah

Look out everywhere, now, there's no one there anymore
They're all just inside, using their feetwells more and more
It's got neon lights got its own cupholder
A night for feetwells, just listen to them whirr

So come join the crowd and join the many just staying home
Enjoying their new feetwells
It's just the ottoman that's not like you've ever known
Your feet will have a good time, you'll hear its bells

Rest your feet in my feetwell there tonight
And enjoy its neon lights
It will relax your feet and ease your mind
No it's not for your behind
Rest your feet in my feetwell there tonight
Whoa, my feetwell there tonight, oh yeah

Cool your feet in my feetwell now tonight
Join the crowd, use my feetwell now tonight

So it's got cool jets as well as hot so you're staying home
Ooh there's too many features
Just watch the water so it just doesn't spill out oh
We're gonna just admit we're comfort creatures

Where's your feet? They're in feetwells there tonight
Everyone likes neon lights
It will just ease the worries on your mind
You'll bust it with your behind

Oh your feet belong in feetwells tonight
Everyone likes them, all right
Forget about the aching feet tonight

My invention, the feetwell's here tonight
I just know that it will win the big prize
I'm the inventor of feetwells tonight
Warranty ends if used for your behind
Just enjoy all my feetwells here tonight
And you will have no worries on your mind

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.8
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 5

Voting Breakdown

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    Pacing How Funny Overall Rating
 1   0
 2   0
 3   0
 4   1
 5   4

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AFW - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
I like the invention, but I think I already have one, up in the spare room....nonetheless, very entertaining work, here
The CrazyCam - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
>.< Not DeBarge, NO! But I know the song, so why not? Okay, it seems like pacing on its own is fact, by itself, perfect?! Ah, hard to tell, I'm really not up to listening to the original song to check, only checking the lyric sheet. Those cruel memories are coming back. Anyone got a tissue? Hmm? No? Fine, jeez. Okay, so pacing is outstanding, but the rhyming seems to be a bit flawed at certain spots. I'm not saying it has to rhyme with the original, but some of the complementary lines (yeah, that's not the correct term, but whatever) don't rhyme with each other. So, just a few adjustments, and pacing with rhyming will be masterful. Now for humor, um, if it's making fun of such cheesy advertisements for pointless products (even though it comes in every single car, guessing you mean like pointless attachments), then I can at least understand the humor. But still, it's kinda dull and most of the time, the humor misses. Another thing is that all it seems is you're replacing the topic to Footwells, but not exactly changing the outcome. From dancing to the morning light, to relaxing feet to the morning light. It's not too frequent, so I'll pass that by for now. Now if you're just praising footwells...c'mon, no 0 button? PLEASE, AmIRight! I'll presume my first thought though. Okay, pacing is marvelous, but lyrics in side with pacing don't work all the time, and for humor...uh, I'm sorry, it really didn't get much of a laugh out of me. I'll still give the song an okay score, but I just didn't find the song too funny.
Phil Nelson - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
AFW: Thanks. I tried to make it different from anything else though with added features and stuff. CrazyCam: Yes, the pacing's perfect. And I rhymed it in every spot the original did. It was supposed to be someone inventing a new made up product. Wasn't supposed to make fun of ads, but maybe it unintentionally did. Everyone's entitled to their opinion. The outcome wasn't really supposed to be different, just thought it'd flow kinda well with the original and I still changed almost all the lyrics. Feetwells, at least like that, don't exist, I was making it up as I went along. Thought it sounded like a funny invention. Again, everyone's entitled to their opinion. I'm sure most people who read this will find it funny.
The CrazyCam - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Ohhh, lol, okay. Wow, you have to forgive me. I kept thinking you simply MEANT footwell, haha. Real sorry, let me send a new set of ratings. I thought you were just very confused, but turns out, IT WAS ME!!! D'OH! Me and my young mind. Okay, so again, pacing was all around marvelous. But uh, think the one missed rhyme was "Underneath electric jets" and "While they're in there". I guess the form of 'e' was the same, but it didn't really rhyme. Okay, to be fair, I'll give pacing 5. Humor, eh, alrighty, I'll move up to 3. Still, overall score will be 3. It was better than what I thought, but nothing like spectacular.
Can You Make One For Flippers? - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Sounds like a great idea! 555
Phil Nelson - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
CrazyCam: Thanks ("yes" was actually the rhyme for jets, but no matter). Thanks for the better comment. TT: Thanks, I think so too. Flipper ones will soon be available!
The CrazyCam - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh...well, that's kinda awkward. But filler words sometimes are mandatory in a parody, so alright. My apologies, I thought "yes" was the equivalent to when Debarge says "ohhhhh" before heading into the chorus.
Phil Nelson - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Right, gotta use filler words sometimes

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