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Song Parodies -> "Pee-Wee Herman"

Original Song Title:

"Buddy Holly"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Pee-Wee Herman"

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The Lyrics


What’s with this guy who wears a gray suit?
Why do his objects talk?
What did he ever do to his house
To make all his furniture walk?


Woo-hoo, Well I know you are
Woo-hoo, Oh, but what am I?
Woo-hoo. I know you are, but what am I?


Ooh wee ooh, I look just like Pee-Wee Herman
Oh-oh, and you look like Miss Yvonne
I don’t care what they say about us anyway
I don’t care ‘bout that.


Don’t ever fear ‘cause Pee-Wee is here
What’s today’s secret word?
When someone says it, scream really loud
So everyone can hear!



Large Marge gives me a scare
But that’s okay, ‘cause I’ve got my chair
Chairy, what do we do?
Time to watch a cartoon or two
Then I’ll talk to my magic fish
And ask Jambi to grant me a wish
Mekka lekka mekka lekka hiney ho
Mekka lekka hi, and away we go!


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CML - September 24, 2018 - Report this comment
Very cute idea, reasonably well executed. Try changing up the chorus and pre/chorus a little instead of just writing "Chorus" and "Pre-chorus"
paul robinson - September 25, 2018 - Report this comment
Agree with CML. My interest fades in pieces where the chorus's are 100% repetitive - I just tend to stop reading. It's just more fun and interesting when the writer can find a way to apply a little different wordplay to change up, spin or twist the story. Try to think of the later chorus parts as an opportunity to advance the story forward. Nonetheless you did a nice job mixing up the verses and that's no small feat.

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