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Song Parodies -> "Ok Breaking Track 5: Get Out"

Original Song Title:

"Let Down"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Radiohead

Parody Song Title:

"Ok Breaking Track 5: Get Out"

Parody Written by:

Arch Vile

The Lyrics

This song is more of a potpourri of Breaking Bad Season 3. Then we suddenly get back into some plot focus. The underlying theme about this song is that the best stuff on this season doesn't happen at the White family home.
(Verse 1)
Break ups, with the White family
Dealing with tragedy
In the school assembly*
Ted’s business calamity
Buying out the Pinkmans, pizza on the rooftop
When Walt wants his cash, it’s desperation

Get out of our suburb home
Live halfway for you to roam
Get out of our suburb home

(Verse 2)
Bar fights, Hank is nervous
Bald twins, at your service
For the, Salemanca, cartel propaganda
Some day, we will have our own lab
Gustavo has location
Professional and discreet
Professional and

Get out of our suburb home
Hang out with Ted and then moan++
Get out of our suburb home

Get out
Get out
Get out

(Walt)
Why don’t, why don’t we make amends
Why don’t we make amends
Hank is closing, on us
RV meth gone some day, we will have our own lab
Gustavo has location (why don’t we make amends)
Professional and discreet (why don’t we make amends)
Professional and (why don’t we make amends)

Get out of our suburb home
Make calls and destroy cell phone
Get out of our suburb home
* is this a rhyming cheat? Let me know. ++ After offering alternative lines from my last track, I thought I could switch things up to move forward. Btw I know I wasn't missed, but for the past 10 days my internet has been down. Not by choice. I might have a parody for this experience coming soon.

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Agrimorfee - April 10, 2019 - Report this comment
I think that rhyme is just fine. (I love Radiohead, but IDK enough about Breaking Bad to comment too much...but I will assume you are doing it justice.)
Arch Vile - April 12, 2019 - Report this comment
That's ok Ag. If anything when this whole album is done, it might get others people back into the show. I am sure you could guess which character from Breaking Bad will apply to Track 6, and you would be right.
CML - April 12, 2019 - Report this comment
I'm the opposite of Ag. I binge watched "Breaking Bad" over two weekends in preparation for the final season, but I'm completely unfamiliar with the music of "Radiohead" ...... On the other hand, after the final episode of series, entitled "Felina" aired, I did a parody about the whole series to the tune of Marty Robbins' "El Paso" -- because "Felina" is definitely a reference to that song. I called it "Walter White's Swan Song"
Arch Vile - April 14, 2019 - Report this comment
I'll keep that in mind when I get around to Track 12 CML, so I don't try to repeat what you wrote. Although that track should encompass more than the last episode.

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