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Song Parodies -> "I'm Beginning To Sound A Lot Like Grover"

Original Song Title:

"It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas"

Original Performer:

Bing Crosby

Parody Song Title:

"I'm Beginning To Sound A Lot Like Grover"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Going out to Claude Prez and all Muppet fans
I'm beginning to sound a lot like Grover
Everywhere I go--
If my voice is a little strained,
Let me to you explain:
That little froggy's in my throat, you know?

I'm beginning to act a lot like Grover--
Order what you want!
I can bring you some lentil stew
Or arrroz con pollo, too--
It's a restaurant!

I've got a purplish cape, it's attached at the nape
And a "G" stuck onto my chest--
I squeak and I squawk when I speak and I talk
And my eyes are googly, at best--
I'm furry, cute, obnoxious and I never get depressed!

(Monster chorus sings:)
"He's beginning to fantasize like Grover--
Thinks he'll save the world!
Slamming into brick walls and poles,
Flying out of control--
So watch out, little boys and little girls!"

I'm beginning to feel a lot like Grover--
Pick me up and then
You can hug me and we can play
Every blue and furry day
Till the program's end--
It's ME, Grover, your frieeeeend!
ęBob Gomez 2004----Keep an eye out for the Dead Hensons band--they do great versions of Muppet & Sesame Street tunes.

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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 13

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Johnny D - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Rick D - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Bob, welcome back. Espresso tonight? Hear from you and Leah on the same day.
Billy Florio - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Wow, how do you do it, Bob? great job
Agrimorfee - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
"Heeyyyy, Bobby babyyyyyyyy!"--(runs to B. Gomez slaps him on the back) "Good job!" 555 (i have about an hour's worth of EXTREMELY WEIRD 'Sesame Street' covers that anyone can listen to on cassette--interested parties contact
Michael Pacholek - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
I am so confused...
Blondie - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
MP please tell me that you know who Grover is. If you don't I can't imagine what sort of childhood you had. As a past number 1 Sesame Street fan I can't give this anything else but 555. I loves the part about brivk walls and poles. Brings back so many good memories.
Bob Gomez, with a G stuck on my chest - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Johnny D: how do you know what I look like? Thanks, anyway!
Hey Rick, how's everything and then some? I saw your MILF song and it's a classic. No one plays with the gigolo theme better than you, I think. No Espresso tonight, but I should go back soon. Say hi to Mari for me. What about planning a Punvention for next summer?
Billy, I'm very flattered by your comment. The way I do it is to write almost every day, and to write down about five to ten crappy ideas for every song that I submit to this site. I'm my own worst critic, basically. When I have no ideas, I don't write, which explains my hiatus this summer.
Agri, I'm definitely interested in the Sesame Street stuff for my son, who is a serious collector and fanatic. I went with him to NYC in June and met a bunch of his buddies, who call themselves the "Tough Pigs," hardcore Muppet fans. We all had a freaked-out, wiggy blast, he went to see Avenue Q the musical, and we even visited Castle Belvedere where part of the Count's sequences were filmed.
Michael, sorry about your confusion, but any Grover fan knows his incarnations as waiter, professor, and of course Super Grover.
Blondie, I'm so glad this brought back some good memories. Someday we'll find it, that rainbow connection....d;:^)

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