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"Ovine Lovin'!"

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Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

OMG, has it really been almost *seven weeks* since TT last had a little sheepish pleasure? No wonder life seemed dull and boring! This follow-up to yesterday's spin on TOS will fix that!

Done to this OS video, whose finale peaks quite grandly at 3:05, applause and all, which makes the subsequent reprise a bit superfluous, so not done.

Cre-puscular Che-lonely-'n' testudinate [1]

He's kinda' nerdy, and cain't get no date

Ain't no chance in Hell, he'll ... have him-*self* a wife [N]

Grief, he's givin'; always causin' strife

Wankin' ain't so great!
Don't give me no harlot, airhead or man-hater
Pasture: lots of chattel
Ovine: man-kind; cater!
Out there on the prairie, I'll find poon real soon
Plen'y ta share, no marital gloom
Plen'y of lambs to grab 'n grope!
Won't break your heart, an' never say, "Nope"

Oooovine lovin': it's a win-win sleeping with the sheep
And that warm, wet wool can sure feel cool
When the wand comes; right behind, I creep
Ooooviine lovin', ev'ry night my honey lamb and I [2]
Gather 'mong the flock and interlock
Ache, end: crazy circle-jerkin' guy!

We know: won't be long, we'll be banned
But my hand got so strong, can't withstand!
So when I say,
YESSS! A rippin' fine ol' lay!
I'm really sayin'
It's so divine, ovine lovin',
Ovine lovin, ¡olé! [3]

Ohhhh, those women! Lost my mind! Feet, sweepin'? I was daft
Di-vorce lawyer: creep! I'm in hock, deep
She: urani-um; I get the shaft!
Ver-bose women: Ev'ry night: "Talk feelings, you and I" (boring, quite!) [4]
Though she wants to talk, at boobs, I gawk
Thinkin: ways to work a little thigh

Don't know how much longer, can stand
So a trip to the farm, I have planned!

(pasture, go!) (ewe, you know) (find the flock!) (wool-in, sock!) (Thai'me to rock!) (ply, Bangkok!) [5]

I'll hear sheep say,
Baaa! And fin'lly "have my way"
She's never brayin;
Let's intertwine, ovine darlin'!
Madly matin' my way!

(Women?) (Frickin'-) (never) (lickin'!) (Flockin'?) (Trickin'!)

We know: gals, belong: upper hand
Wedding band? Say "so long": your demand!
My aches, allay,
Whoa! It's "Independence Day"!
No fiancé-in'
Guys: oughta try mutton ruttin'
Ovine lovin', Hurray!
They'll -- lay -- you - an- -y -- day
Ovine lovin'

[1] No. I don't have any idea what that means, either. Ask John -- he's always sayin' stuff like that, high-falutin' words 'n all....
(Sorry about changing intro rhyme scheme from ABAB to AABB, but these lines, coming from these characters, were sooo perfect for both the situation and TOS match/switches, that the scheme change was the only way to get them to scan to TOS.)

[N] New term: "homophonojuxtapalliteration" (Hell, he'll) ... *almost*, anyway. :-)

[2] No need to change one word of *this* OS line! (after the first, of course)

[3] (Spanish) - "Yay!"

[4] As if TT had any right to complain of someone's verbosity...

[5] Speaking of [4], Fun Fact:

Bangkok, capital of Thailand, translates as "City of Angels". Hey, so does "Los Angeles"! (Is that why so many Thais sever their thais and move there?) Ahh, the rewards of researching before writing...

Original name of Los Angeles, at founding in 1781 by a Spanish governor: "El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles del Río de Porciúncula (The Village of Our Lady, the Queen of the Angels of the river of Porciúncula ). TT already knew that. How *have* you managed to get along in life this far *without* knowing that? ;-) ... and would you like TT to pour, sí, un cola?

(Good thing the Spanish Inquisition ended in 1834, or TT would be racked for his Spanish Exposition.)

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Patrick - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
That's why they call the town "L.A.". With your ability to "relate" to sheep and my desire to conquer through cloning, perhaps we could combine forces. Look up "Barnyard Commandos".
TJC - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
LiTTerally and pastorale'y (*and* pastor-ally *and* past-orally) yer best ovine opinin' since your Back In The USSR master'd 'piece'! Lascivious syballants ooze from every por__, er, chorus. All in all in *y'all*, perhaps your cleverest sheepody among your 2 dozen or so others!
Old Man Ribber - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Incredibly well-written! You definitely did not go for the "sheep laugh" here. Continue to pull the wool over our eyes...not to mention our funny bones. ;D
Mark Scotti - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
More "rustlin'" and "hustlin' from the Maaaaaaster...LOL
AFW - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I wool say this is very good..grabs the wooly bully award
Christie Marie M - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Congratulations, TT, ewe've done it yet again! Will there be a bun in the 'ovine' soon? (LOL!!) Bleatin' ya 5's! Keep it up!
Fiddlegirl - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
"In a spin, lovin' the fen I'm in..." (That Old Black [Sheep] Magic)

Had to giggle at the use of OS "honey lamb" in this *very* different context! Also at the newly coined literary device (N), and the Thais severing their thais.... (ugh!) ;)

@ CMM: LOL @ the "bun in the ovine" pun... But don't tell me he's corrupting *you*, too! ;)
Tommy Turtle - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Patrick: Mayhaps you'd best look up "Ewe: Don't Clone Me" first ... Thanks for v/c.

TJC: LOL @ pastoriffs! And ewe *remembered" USSR? Wow! Thanks for v/c - guess it'll be tough to "top" this one in fewetewere attempts! :)

Old Man Ribber: A mind *is* a terrible thing to waste, isn't it? ;-D .. .Thanks for v/c.

Maaaaark Scaaaaaatti: Thaaaaaanks!

AFW: Don't like that song, but will gladly accept the award! Thanks!

Christie Marie M: ROFLMAO @ "bun" Put those kinds of puns in your own songs, and you'll soar and score! ... TT always keeps it up for as long as he can. :) (If it lasts more than four hours, see your doctor immediately, to be treated for all those bruises and scratches.;) Thanks for v/c!

Fiddlegirl: As Prof. Turtle always taught Eliza DoFiddle, "work with what you have". Why roll your own (sic) when TOS does it for you? ... Uh, you *do* realize that "Thai" is pronounced "Tie", so that they were severing their ties to their native land? Shirley, you didn't think that TT intended "sever their thighs", did ewe? (Shirley: "Stop calling me Fiddlegirl!")
  And yes, TT corrupts everyone who hangs around long enough -- as you know very well yourself, heh heh! ;) Thanks for v/c-ing, and as for your e-mail, *what* exactly could have been more important than -- n/m, just thanks. :) xoxo
FG @ TT - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
(*sigh*)... Yes-- for the record, I am aware that "Thais" is pronounced "ties", and I got the pun, groaner that it was. ;)
TT @ FG - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Sorry, I thought the "ugh" was at the thought of amputation, not at the pun. Didn't think it was *that* bad, to be an "ugh"-er, but de gustibus non disputandem est -- acteweally thought it rawther clever, myself. (Don't I always?) .. Thanks for clarifying. ;) .

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