Performers That Start With A
A3's "Woke Up This Morning"
A tribute to James Gandolfini
lottakids49: (Windows Media)
"The Governator" sings about the joys and pitfalls of going without underwear.
Abba's "The Winner Takes It All"
Parody of Abba's 'The Winner Takes It All'; a tribute to the great institution of strip clubs.
Abba's "Ring Ring"
The missing song from the Prancing Pony scene!
Here's another recording of my parodies. We've all seen those movies at the store, the ones we never saw an ad for, the ones that look pretty bad ...
Written by Matthias, recorded by Below Average Dave this is one of Matty's most heavy hit songs among his collection of nearly 500 written works.
AC/DC's "Highway To Hell"
Done under my pseudonym Nib Oswald with my friend Nick Foran on guitar and vocals.
Ace of Base's "All That She Wants"
Manny Ramirez was recently suspended for 50 games for taking a fertility drug -- something most men do not have to take. Upon investigation, the real truth comes out why he really was taking them. Special thanks to Greg Hoffman for telling me to do this as Manny Ramirez instead of in third person. Makes a world of difference.
Adam Lambert's "Whataya Want From Me"
It's free now, for the first time since it's release. . .I'm going back to the old model as this really was started only as a hobby, not with any serious intentions in mind. A more serious version of Adam Lambert's first big non-Idol hit
Adele's "Rolling in the Deep"
Here's a song about my neighbors
Adele's "Rolling in the Deep"
We imagine Adele's ex-boyfriend, about whom Adele co-wrote ROLLING IN THE DEEP, telling his side of the story.
YouTube: (YouTube (parody lyrics onscreen))
The Ad-Libs's "The Boy from New York City"
The tale of recently-ousted and newly-convicted ex-Maricopa County (AZ) Sheriff Joe Arpaio, he of "Tent City" infamy, now facing sentencing and hoping for a Pardon from that boy from New York City, Donald Trump. Written and recorded a while back, it's a great backgrounder on "Sheriff Joke"...with a shout-out to the Rhinestone Cowboy, no less...RIP Glen.
This song won for the Aerosmith round and I plan to record any and all songs that have won for something, because they obviously deserve the recording.
Aerosmith's "Dream On"
There's no bigger monkey to spank. - Robert Lund
You might need patience to watch to this one, since there's no instrumental and my background echo was mistimed. From April 4th, 2010. I'll gradually post my newer ones here on amiright too.
AFI's "The Leaving Song Pt. II"
The agony and angst of eating too much.
Akon's "Smack That (Remix)"
A sequel to my biggest hit, "Snack That". It's a parody of the "Smack That" remix featuring Ca$his and Bobby Creekwater.
SoundClick: (MP3, Flash)
Aladdin's "A Whole New World"
Written and edited by Nib Oswald. Performed by Andrew Jackson and Elise Tobin. Produced by Chris Sutherland.
Al Green's "Let's Stay Together"
Pro-Obama parody of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together". Whatever your political persuasion is, I just hope you exercise your right to vote.
Al Jolson's "Carolina in the Morning(Nothin' Could Be Finer.. )"
South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford's confession to a long-term affair with his soulmate Maria in Argentina, some of the trips allegedly on the public's dime (or dollar) - a very big news story in summer 2009
All-American Rejects's "Move Along"
Originally published video on Jul 1, 2011, this has become one of my more hated videos for some reason (*cough*, bad singing). Has accumulated 2015 views at the time of submitting.
Allan Sherman's "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh"
A parody of a parody and an actual account of life under the Romney Administration (i.e., sub-Mitt). - Robert Lund
Allen Sherman's "Camp Grenada"
Hello Mullah, Got Your Fatwa....
Allman Brother's Band's "Ramblin' Man"
This my very first actual recording. So go easy on me. The lyrics won for the Allman Brother Aritstry round, and it's a song that I always wanted to record.
www.soundclick.com: ((Penis-Vagina Cake))
Al Stewart's "Year of the Cat"
Donald Trump's Campaign Song
The Ultimate Parody Site!: (mp3)
Ambrosia's "Biggest Part Of Me"
I was shocked and saddened to find out that Malcolm Higgins - one of AmIRight.com's most talented parody lyricists had passed away. As a tribute to him, I recorded some of the songs that he wrote. I hope that these songs go to #1 on Soundclick and Malcolm can look down from the heavens and smile.
American Hi-fi's "Flavor Of The Weak"
I finally got her to realize how to be free, now how can I get you guys to realize? Whooohoooey, its all about Jesus. guitars by me, vocals by me, drums by some midi file, haha. Praise God, peeps.
Parabolic parodies: (Mp3)
America's "Daisy Jane"
One day you gotta believe that all this will be over. Believe that the fighting will be done. Believe that we'll be out playing in the streets. But for now, we can only hope; that Christians love Muslims, that Muslims love Christians. That Feisal loves u.s. as much as Daisy. In a perfect world... this would be his love song . . .
Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Jesus Christ Super Star"
Lie, kill, cheat, any wrong Christ still says you re nice
Andy Williams's "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"
A holiday look at the healthcare plan. Video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6alxAkjn4w4
Andy Williams's "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year"
Stockings aren't the only things you can stuff. - Robert Lund performed the vocals
The Animals's "House Of The Rising Sun"
This parody of 'House Of The Rising Sun' is about one man's love for a certain breakfast cereal. My first parody performed by Below Average Dave.
The Archies's "Sugar, Sugar"
A parody of the Archies' bubblegum hit Sugar, Sugar.
Asher Roth's "I Love College"
College life isn't exactly like Asher Roth made it out to be...
www.josedefaria.net: (Video (Youtube))
The Association's "Windy"
To England, where my heart lies. - Ted Rosen
Avril Lavigne's "Girlfriend"
The parody is about the song that it spoofs. Written by Ethan Mawyer and performed by Below Average Dave
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