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Song Parodies -> "Ear Worm"

Original Song Title:

"Glow Worm"

Original Performer:

The Mills Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"Ear Worm"

Parody Written by:

Airfarcewon

The Lyrics

Cease little ear worm, cool it, cool it
Pesky and near worm, sleep, you rule it
In each ear and on my brain now
Wish you'd hush and just abstain now
Scat little ear worm, haunt my spot not
I need you a whole darn lot, not
You're some looney tune that's loose
Won't you just please vamoose..

Flee little ear worm, get your butt out
You are a curse the devil cut out
I sure don't need this sound invasion
For you, I've no appreciation
Your music taste is not delicious
Over and over, repetitious
Worm, you gotta' go, and don't be slow
Go little ear worm, go

Split little ear worm, do a fade out
Ain't it about time that you played out
Sick of that music, hate your lyrics
I am about to have hysterics
Get out of Dodge, Sir, please just vanish
You're as stubbon as Miles Standish
Skip all the notes, get lost and blow!
Go little ear worm, go

Finale ear worm, turn your switch off
This concert comes with key and pitch off
Bangin' my eardrum like some goopah,
Who do you think you are, Gene Krupa?
Jammin' my head like timber logs out
Want no more of, "Who Let The Dogs Out"
I gotta' work tomorrow, so
Go little ear worm, go
Go little ear worm, go
Go little ear worm, go
Go little ear worm, go

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HLJ - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Been there too often. Loved the Gene Krupa reference!
Old Man Ribber - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
AFW - I actually perform the Mills Brothers original! I have Ear Elephants myself. Incredible. ;D
Rob Arndt - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
At first I thought this was gonna about "Star Trek II"! But I 'ear ya-555!
Onslaught - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Great! Now this thing is stuck in my head. Oh, well 555.
AFW - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks, HLJ,and OMR,...do you mean on the trombone, or do you sing vocals, too?...and thanks, Rob...yeah, I guess there is that Spock ear thing...never thought of that...and thanks, Onslaught....I know what you mean, actually...that's how I write, and work out a lot of parody ideas...before putting them on paper or the pc..
Old Man Ribber - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
AFW - I do both, but I sing this one. ;D
AFW - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
You're an MT...multi-talent....it may not be right for your crowd, or whatever, but feel free to use this, or any other version I've done to the original....from search, it looks like I'm the only scratcher who's ever parodied it...here
John Lomain - February 22, 2013 - Report this comment
This was a good one
AFW - February 22, 2013 - Report this comment
Appreciate the vote and quote, John
Trekkie - January 31, 2019 - Report this comment
I think Onslaught is referring to the ear worm Chekhov, not Spock, had trouble with.

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