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Song Parodies -> "Green Sink Cleansed"

Original Song Title:

"Geek Stink Breath"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"Green Sink Cleansed"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I freak with frisson
when I focus vision
and pore o’er porcelain’s corruption.
Its imperfection’s
giving me depression.
What ’n awful, rotten scene.

Worse than a bowl
that’s had no role
of being neat and clean and’s seeming quite obscene.
To be really blunt,
it is an affront.
Virid dribs and drabs in the place
where I’d scour my face; now I cower.
I’m revulsed at the greasy green grime.

More than a measure of orbs displeasure
assaults the vaults where my eyes shine.

I want to roll
out of this hole
that has spurned neat and clean; I too now have turned green.
But out I won’t rush;
I will grab a brush,
scrub and scour till I erase
the ugly vision
that’s causing the frisson.

Surface was stippled as a geek’s face…
like a pustulous Pointillism
by a zip-popping Seurat.

I near my goal;
I’m on a roll.
I’ve got it nearly clean, returned to white from green.
I’m as pleased as punch
when I’m finally done,
’cause I’ve spick’d this scabrous disgrace.

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Matthias - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Very poetic! My bathroom hasn’t gotten THIS bad yet lol
Stuart McArthur - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
No surprises that OS never made #1 JAB with that title. I’m sure I prefer your alliterative embellishments, like pustulous pointillism by a zit-popping Seurat. 555
Peregrin - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Many a public convenience reminds me of your parody, JAB. I really liked the lines "More than a measure of orbs displeasure" and "pustulous Pointillism" - the parody made you feel like you were there.
Kristof Robertson - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
"Scabrous" is a word not used often enough for my liking, JAB...thanks for bringing it back! This could only be a Barry parody...Great stuff. 555
Claude Prez - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
Well done John - you make learning fun as always! Gonna go corrupt some porcelain now
Peter Andersson - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
*stomach bursting memories*...

This hit a bit too close to home for me... blaaaargh
wannabemustangjockey - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
If the sink was that nasty, I shudder to imagine what the toilet was like. Glad you made it out alive!
Jeff Reuben - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
Well done, some great rhyming in here
TJC - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
Who knew erudition could be so funny! Fantastic verbal Pollocking.
Agrimorfee - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
"like a pustulous Pointillism by a zip-popping Seurat." Holy crap, are you even human?! :)) - March 23, 2018 - Report this comment
"I too now have turned green," indeed. JAB: When I think back on all the Green Day song parody lyrics I have read about cleaning sinks that make pointed(!) reference to Seurat's pointillism, this is far and away the best. Sunday in the Park with Billie Joe.

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