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Song Parodies -> "While We're Strung"

Original Song Title:

"While We're Young"

Original Performer:

Perry Como

Parody Song Title:

"While We're Strung"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

The opening line was inspired by the cover of the 2014 Sports Illustrated magazine's swimsuit issue cover. TOS portrayed a more romantic, naive era when idealized love was Platonic in Western cultures.
Thongs are made of string
While we're strung.
Ev'ry lay's a fling
While we're flung.

None can refuse;
Prime times go fast.
New rears you choose,
Or through beating, blast!

Though it may mean trust
For tonight,
Share our lovely lust --
Wild delight!

Blown huge, my prize
Balls greet her thighs.
Fine's restored their size
While they're swung.

Though we may be dust
Formed to clay,
Share each shoving thrust
While we sway.

So soon, our cries
All meet demise:
Whines before our sighs
While we're wrung.

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Ancient Moroner - February 27, 2014 - Report this comment
O.K., but I still prefer the illusions of Alec Wilder. Love wasn't platonic in the songs of the day. It was just unrealistically romantic. Surely, the vulgar was avoided.
Barry J. Mitchel - February 27, 2014 - Report this comment
The times, they have a-changed. At my age (heard TOS in my teens), I had to write from memory.

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