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Song Parodies -> "Marion's Massive Mammarians"

Original Song Title:

"Madam Librarian"

Original Performer:

Robert Preston

Parody Song Title:

"Marion's Massive Mammarians"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Inspired by Diva's "Whole Lotta Jugs." Kind of a sequel to "Hooters" and "I Fought The Bra (And The Bra Won)."
Ma.rion's...
Massive mamma..rians

Kindly discard, my dear,
Your Hanes brassiere--
Expose your madly, madly massive mammarians,
Marion!
Finely sculpted,
Worthy of a Cellini marble,
I would sign over my last paycheck
For a shot at your Double Dai..ry Twins!
Massive mamma..rians!

Although I've tried, my dear,
To grab your rear,
I'd rather grab your rather massive mammarians,
Marion!
If I fumble
While unhooking to hastily see them,
I might faint before I could free them
In a dream I'd be sucking che..rry blintz!
Not your mamma..rians!

Healthy bazoombas.
Like melons swingin'
What bazoombas.
Any fellow would grow while massaging
The terminal third of his prong
With some K-Y.
Helping along.

But when I've bought you beer,
You've made it clear
You'll never let me near your massive mammarians, Marion!
I've been lost in bras
And their denizens--
I can titillate girls and sep-
Tuagenarians--
Conquered virginal Virgos' chests and
Aquarians'--
But not Ma.rion's!
Massive mamma..rians!
┬ęBob Gomez 2005

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alvin rhodes - January 28, 2005 - Report this comment
i was hoping this one would be good...cause i love "the music man" and this song in particular...and you pulled it off wonderfully...this is nothing short of brilliant...and fie on the rascal that gave ya ones
Bob Gomez, massively thankful - January 28, 2005 - Report this comment
"Pulled it off," hehehehe. Thanks, AR; it looks like a good day on AmiRight for lovers of racy topics like me. d;:^)
Johnny D - January 28, 2005 - Report this comment
Boy, Bob, you sure milked this for all it's worth! Sounds like THIS "Music Man" certainly DOES "know the territory"! ;-)
Jack Wilson - January 28, 2005 - Report this comment
Great job! 555!
John Barry - January 29, 2005 - Report this comment
Udderly hilarious and well-crafted.
Spaff.com - January 29, 2005 - Report this comment
Great rhymes, BFG. Chest brilliant.
Adam Moses - January 30, 2005 - Report this comment
Of songs about tits, this one's the equivelent of Pamela Anderson
Bob Gomez, still milking it - January 31, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks again, everybody, and Adam, you should check out one of my favorites on this topic: Jeff Reuben's "Boob Operation." If that's not enough for you, see "Feed By Breast" by your humble servant. d;:^)
Jeff Reuben - January 31, 2005 - Report this comment
I'll have to get the OS for this. Clever lyrics, at the very least!
Kat - March 20, 2005 - Report this comment
You are so sick!
Bob Gomez, in perfect health - March 23, 2005 - Report this comment
Thank you, Kat. I assume that was a compliment.

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