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Song Parodies -> "I Did It"

Original Song Title:

"You Did It"

Original Performer:

Rex Harrison, My Fair Lady

Parody Song Title:

"I Did It"

Parody Written by:

Paree Dee

The Lyrics

Dedicated to a man who will never stop pushing my limits.
I Did It

Last night, my friend I did it!
I did it! I did it ! You made me want to do it
And indeed I did. I thought I couldn't do it.
You poohed it. Hup-twoed it. To make make me want to prove it;
To succeed. I did ! I should get a medal
Working middle of the night. It was painful!
Three-a.m.-ful. All alone I murdered
Every parody in sight. I ached ! I ached!
Impossible to do! My wrath and ire were aimed at you.
But I'm the one who did it,
Those voices are rid. It's the miracle of laughter,
They are calm forever after, I will shout it from the rafters now, "cause
I did it!

I must have aged a year last night.
My song was long, my page was white.
Never was there a more exhausting task.
Then the words began to come, my fingers typed with speed awesome.
I knew that soon in glory I would bask.
Hoping to get a five or four
Ev'ryone wanting to read some more
You'd think they'd never read good stuff before
And when airfarcewon read my work and
Asked to rate it
It felt so good so great, it was no chore. I say to you
I did it! I did it! I fit it!
You thought I was erratic
Now I'm feeling so ecstatic
And I feel so high
That I
Did it!

(Interspersed with dialog in original play)

Last evening, sir I did it. You know that I writ it.
You pushed me to my limit. Yes! Indeed you did.
You said that I would do it, that I wouldn't rue it
It true because you read it
And to you goes all the credit
For it all belongs to you.
There was lots of dialog in between the lines in this song, and I didn't include them due to time and exhaustion. My favorite lines were thus excluded from this parody, including "Every time I turned around, there he was that hairy hound from Budapest, Never leaving us alone, Never have I ever known a ruder pest." That could be fun to work with.... but another time, perhaps.....

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 7

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AFW - March 28, 2006 - Report this comment
This is from, "My Fair Lady"...but, definitely much better than, Fair, Lady...another great job, here...on the spot, rhyming and metre..and I thank you for the interior billboard..
John Barry - March 28, 2006 - Report this comment
It's "Lady" day. Diurnal fives for nocturnal jives.
Phil Alexander - March 28, 2006 - Report this comment
Very cleverly done. You certainly did do it :-)
Tommy Turtle - March 28, 2006 - Report this comment
Absolute favorite: "Oozing charm from every pore/He oiled his way across the floor". You and John Barry need to do an entire 'My Fair Lady" musical. Fives, fair lady.
Paree Dee - March 28, 2006 - Report this comment
Gentlemen, you're making me pert and five-acious with all the accolades. Heartmost thanks for your good words. TT, it sounds as if a challenge is in the offing. But alas! No time for an entire musical. Just one song at a time....
Stuart McArthur - March 28, 2006 - Report this comment
great idea and writing about a process we're all rather familiar with, Paree Dee - 555
alvin rhodes - March 28, 2006 - Report this comment
you did
Larry Hensley - March 29, 2006 - Report this comment
Well written, 555's.
Agrimorfee - March 29, 2006 - Report this comment
You dood it. Any song involving Rex Harrison would be hard to parody, I would imagine. "I'm Just An Ordinary Man" would be extremely difficult.
Paree Dee - March 29, 2006 - Report this comment
Stuart, alvin, Larry thanks ! Agrimorfee: Methinks I sniff a challenge.... but must do my taxes before any more parodies !

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