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Song Parodies -> "Punk-Rock Golden Era"

Original Song Title:

"Funky Cold Medina"

Original Performer:

Tone Loc

Parody Song Title:

"Punk-Rock Golden Era"

Parody Written by:

Stuart McArthur

The Lyrics

Hey! Who you callin' stupid? me, or me beer buddy John Rotten here (......come on, cool it JR mate)....(listen to the OS - temporarily available here)
and we go a little something like this...

hit it

I dig it

come on

I'm only five foot tall
and I look emaciated
my skin's the Sistine Chapel - can't GET more illustrated

The girls are all around
but none of them wanna get near me
it must be coz of the swastikas
I'm wearing as an earring

Some other girls are joking
at the other end of the bar
tossing rings on my hotpink hairspikes
landed 3 from 3 so far

So I got up and strolled over
to deliver my attitude clearer
I said "don't start, coz I was part...
of the punk-rock golden era"

punk-rock golden era

I'm gonna tell you a secret
on how to meet a chick
just regurgitate into
the ashtray
then the waitress will clean IT

It's better than any alcohol car
a dozen gin twists'll make ya feeeeeeeeel sick then
vomit on the bar

and if THAT don't do the trick
just skoll the friggin keg
and when yer hafta piss, just say "hey, miss...."
n'do the vile thing on her leg

It doesn't always work though
(I can't really guarantee ya)
but it's how to behave if yer truly a slave
to the punk-rock golden era

you know what I'm sayin'
I got every girl in my neighborhood...breaking down my door
for my jeans pissed on by
the...New York DOLLLLs
they won't leave this bloke ALONE, with those stained JEANS on, pal

I'll tell you bout my girl
she's a limey named Elvira
now she's pretty ugly, like others of the
punkrock golden era

I met her in a shoestore - she said "hmm...beg yer pardon
if ya feel like a screw, ditch the platform shoes
and shoplift these Doc Martens"

so we bolted from the store
n'the alarm made a terrible din
it was not triggered by
the Docs, but my
nine-teen safe-ty-pins

so we went on back to her flat which stank like the armpit of a shearer
I felt quite sick, became nostalg-ic
for that punk-rock golden era

y'know what I'm saying
she had PLANS - for the man!
thatcher's eighties was paradise next to that lady

no joke

break it down

[ pause for vomiting ]

in the evening...
lookin' FOR
we took some pot 'n then had a shot
at muuuuuult-plication

and then a little bit later
well she really took my fancy
the moment that
she revealed t'me that
her folks were Sid and Nancy

I wish I...could say the romance had a happy ending
but no, she started talking bout plans...
for a wedding!

so I SAID "whoa now
girlfriend slow down!
I do NOT wanna be committed"
and WHEN she shoved her tongue in my mouth
I proved it...yeah I bit it

you know what I'm saying...

I'm an antichrist from the...

punk-rock golden era...

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Total Votes: 12

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Jack Wilson - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Matthias - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Was I PUNK'D? No, this one rocked!
Ravyn Rant - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Hilarious! TMGLTM. This brings up so much nostalgia...or is that just breakfast? ;) 555
alvin rhodes - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
DKTOS but it read great as prose
Stephen Harrington - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
AFW - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Over the edge funny, as yours always are..555
Dee Range - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Another great story line, with lots of visual sight gags and pick-up-chicks- instruction....LOL. The antichrist from the punk rock golden era" was a great ender, and the 19 safety pins setting off the alarm was hysterical. Great stuff, Stu
Stuart McArthur - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
thanks Jack and matthias....LOL Ravyn....thanks alvin and Stephen...thanks AFW and Dee - I always loved this OS but I'm thinking it's a bit old (mid-eighties) for a lot of amirightians
Red Ant - November 17, 2006 - Report this comment
I think TOS was late-80s, and Tone Loc was my first exposure to the rap genre (I like "On Fire" best from this CD). Helluva effort here Stu, and this song is very hard to pace, but you did an admirable job there. Very funny, and kudos for out-rhyming TOS in many places. 555.
tomario - November 26, 2006 - Report this comment
rhymin timin and bloomin charmin 555s
Johnny D - November 26, 2006 - Report this comment
(Dec) HAW
bobpiecheese - November 29, 2006 - Report this comment
(Decathlon - Event 9) I kinda got lost on the subject matter, but hey, I'm 'Mister-I-Live-Under-A-Rock', remember?
Jeff Reuben - November 30, 2006 - Report this comment
You've been PUNK'D!!! Another old favorite song...nicely done!
Kristof Robertson - December 01, 2006 - Report this comment
(DEC9) I've still got "Loc'd After Dark" on cassette, and this OS is one of my late 80s faves, did a bang-up job with it. Word! 555
Josh 2 - December 04, 2006 - Report this comment
I like I like, High 5s (Borat)
Arwen - December 04, 2006 - Report this comment
Decathlon...very very nice job, Stuart...the safety pins was my favorite...but the whole thing was top notch. Excellent...

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