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Song Parodies -> "Lost Boxers"

Original Song Title:

"Rock Lobster"

Original Performer:

The B-52s

Parody Song Title:

"Lost Boxers"

Parody Written by:

Abbott Skelding

The Lyrics

Don't you hate when you feel like something is missing? Original Song
Woke up in the morning
Late, I got too much sleep!
Throw my clothes on, one problem!
I can’t find my boxers!
Lost boxers!
Lost boxers!
Lost boxers!

I thought I had seen
Extra pair of undies thrown around!
Already late, look at the clock
I only found my socks!
Have plenty of socks
Can’t find my lost boxers!
Lost boxers
Lost boxers
Lost boxers!

Lost bo-oo-oo-xers
Lost bo-oo-oo-xers

Mustn’t go commando (ooh no)
Is this a joke!? (ooh no)
I’m in trouble (ooh no)
So befuddled! (ooh no)
Only got my pants (ooh no)
Now I need a plan (ooh no)

Lost, lost
Lost boxers!
Ow, ow

Went out anyway
Feeling naked
Must’ve been taken
Just wear long pants
Feeling so vacant
People staring

Lost boxers!
Lost boxers!

Lost bo-oo-oxers
Lost bo-oo-oxers
Ooh no
Ooh no

My eyes are darting (Ooh no)
People laughing (Ooh no)
Body’s tensing (Ooh no)
Pants are slippin’ (Ooh no)

Lost, lost
Lost boxers!
Ow, ow!

They’re lost!

Where are my undies?
Not in top drawer
Down the street, I’m walking
Everybody's looking

Stop to tie my shoelace
Bending down
Scaring small children
Butt is hanging out!

Even with belt on,
Eyes forever scarred!
Folks can see my blubber

Folks walking my way (what what!?)
Small children look away! (eek! eek!)
People jump off a bridge (blllaaaggghh)
Chased down by dog, bitch (yyeeeeoooowww)
Pants fall, then I trip! (neeeeiiigghhh)
Run now, police coming (no no no no no no no)
“What’s wrong with his leg, mama?” (yiyiyiyiyi-ow!)
People were appalled (oh no, oh no!)
I have to wear a barrel! (aaaaahhhhhhh!!)

Lost box-ers
Lost box-ers
Lost box-ers
Lost box-ers

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 7

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Agrimorfee - October 29, 2013 - Report this comment
This OS has been parodied many times before, and this is one of the best IMHO! I imagine it is much more difficult to do than at first glance
Matthias - October 29, 2013 - Report this comment
I have to agree with Agrimorfee and of all the parodies I've seen done to this OS this one is the best even beating my own! I do like T-Cop's "Frank Welker" a lot too though but this one was funnier to be honest (no offense T-Cop)
bobpiecheese - November 12, 2013 - Report this comment
(Artistry) None taken, Matthias, and I agree with you. After all, mine was meant as a tribute, this was meant to be funny from the beginning, and sweet merciful Batman does it succeed. Great job here Abbott, utterly epic. 555!
Max Power - November 12, 2013 - Report this comment
This one I can relate as more often than not you do get the feeling, don't know why.
Blaydeman - November 13, 2013 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Been there, done that, lost the boxers. LOL!
bobpiecheese - July 21, 2016 - Report this comment
(ABC) See above!
Red Ant - July 21, 2016 - Report this comment
ABC - great job doing all the bvacking vocals. Ive done this OS and its not easy. 5s. ps - the underwear gnomes have them!

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