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Song Parodies -> "Stuck in Resin"

Original Song Title:

"Just Like Heaven"

Original Performer:

The Cure

Parody Song Title:

"Stuck in Resin"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Prehistoric mosquito's were probably just as big a pest to dinosaurs as modern day ones are to us now. Sometimes they get whats coming to them though (those pompous jerks!)
Verse 1: Buzzing, buzzing, buzzing ‘round the Cretaceous
A thirst for blood that’s rapacious
A thirst that makes you pugnacious
And flee from my lush oasis
Love that dino fluid
And that bothers you
Go cry boo-hoo
I’ll suck that blood from you
That’s what I’m gonna do

Verse 2: Drinking tons of blood all day
I’ll sip type-O and try type-A
I fill up my whole abdomen
To rest is where I’ll go
Trees are great for post-snack naps
I rest, how could I ever know?
That I would soon be glued
Oh man, I am so screwed!

Chorus: Ewww… gold and sticky
Ewww… hardens quickly
Ooo… trapped in tree sap
Frantically I’m flapping fiercely
Sticking in this syrup
Can you help me please?!

Man, dinos are mean…

Verse 3: Eons pass me, see Earth age
Don’t know how I’m preserved this way
I haven’t ate I’m so hungry
Yet blood’s still in my gut
Men found my tomb below below
Below Earth’s crust excavating
And drilled a syringe in my butt
And cloned more dinos from that stuff

Chorus: Ewww… I am moaning
You… dino cloning
Ewww… stuck in resin
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Al Silver - October 15, 2013 - Report this comment
This was a fun blast from the past. Original. My idea of what a parody is. Educational, too. I rarely give numerical scores, but I award you three golden drops of amber.
Abbott Skelding - October 16, 2013 - Report this comment
I was never a huge fan of the Jurassic Park movies, but this spoof gave me a chuckle. Although it's hard for me to sympathize with mosquito's...I think this one got what he deserved haha. Nice work!
Spellcheck - October 16, 2013 - Report this comment
I share your favorable opinion, Abbott, but "mosquito's" is possessive and you don't tell us what it possesses. Eats, Shoots and Leaves.
Matthias - October 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Nice parody with the point of view of the mosquito in Jurassic Park. I LOVE that movie so I'm happy to see a very fun tribute to it done!
Agrimorfee - October 19, 2013 - Report this comment
Clever POV, and I'll be damned if anyone can ever use 'pugnacious' and "Cretaceous' in a parody ever again.
bobpiecheese - October 29, 2013 - Report this comment
(Artristry) I haven't seen Jurassic Park, but I still got the reference, so no worries there. Fantastic little vignette about ancient mosquitoes, and I agree with Agri about the fancy words in the opening lines. 555!
Max Power - October 29, 2013 - Report this comment
Too bad those buggers aren't extinct.

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