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Song Parodies -> "Reply To Comments: Turkey Leftovers"

Original Song Title:

"#1: The Christmas Song #2: Good King Wenceslas"

Original Performer:

#1: NK Cole #2: traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Reply To Comments: Turkey Leftovers"

Parody Written by:

Giorgio Coniglio

The Lyrics

See my posting and comments for January 9.

To the tune of THE CHRISTMAS SONG (final verse)

I hope, though framed by words cantankerous,
What Agrimorfee said was true.
And so I declare to my e-colleagues there
Have a merry January,
All you AIR-headed crew.


'Critic' has right of free speech, called work "stale and odious"
I checked song - its theme unique, pacing was melodious,
Thought my take helped clarify hist'ry queer and murky.
Probability seems high - 'Critic' is a tu-urkey.

Spoofs should end when words run out - that is my contention,
Though AIR friends when piqued will spout Chuck's 10-line convention.
This bon mot might justify present scaled-down parody.
New rubric you might not know- let's call them ParedDown-ody.

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Voting Results

Pacing: 1.7
How Funny: 1.7
Overall Rating: 1.7

Total Votes: 18

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    Pacing How Funny Overall Rating
 1   14
 2   1
 3   0
 4   0
 5   3

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Critic - January 12, 2015 - Report this comment
Odious and padded mix of petulance and self-pity presented as attempt at bon mot. Unseemly intent, poor execution Gio.
Omphaloskepsis - January 12, 2015 - Report this comment
A self-serving parody on a negative critique? Introspection, man. Introspection.
Top Shelf - January 12, 2015 - Report this comment
Rubbish bin liner material
Giorgio Coniglio - January 12, 2015 - Report this comment
@Critic and/or NavelGazer. Your inciteful comments suggest that you take my recent feathery submissions a bit too seriously. Lighten up!
Rater - January 12, 2015 - Report this comment
Sub-moronic waste of time and with minimal effort
Self-critic - January 15, 2015 - Report this comment
Oops! Giorgio Coniglio has notoriously misled his readers with this submission. Wikipedia reveals all, as per Patrick's recent on the history of Wenceslas himself. Apparently the "traditional" song was published by English composer John Neale in 1853. His piece, based on a Czech poem, with music from a medieval Latin 'spring-carol', was for a time derided as "ponderous moral doggerel". Looks like GC fell into the same trap.
The Observer - January 15, 2015 - Report this comment
Hear that creaking sound? It's John Neale turning in his grave at the sheer audacity being displayed here. What cheek! Zounds! Yipes!
Claude Prez - September 04, 2017 - Report this comment
Can't believe I missed this -- love "ParedDown-ody". And the comments are hilarious. Do you think he actually believes anyone doesn't know they're all by him?

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