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Authors that start with P

a parody of "Black and Yellow" by Wiz Khalifa
This song depicts the daily struggles of a Nerdy Fellow.
www.theparodyking.com: (Windows Media)
a parody of "Green Green Grass Of Home" by Tom Jones
A parody that's been bootlegged around Europe - so I decided it was time to put it online and share it with everyone
Pete Newman - The Green Green Grass at Home: (MP3)
a parody of "Only The Lonely" by Roy Orbison
A whimsical adaptation of Roy Orbison's "Only The Lonely"
YouTube: (Peter Burns)
a parody of "Gilligan's Island Theme" by Wellingtons
What could be worse that the IRS Parody of Gilligan's Island? Maybe this is it. Paris Hilton's plight with the law in 2007 now released to the tune of Gilligan's Island. You be the judge.PS the IRS made me do it.
YouTube: (YouTube)
a parody of "My Way" by Frank Sinatra
What the genius of Eclectech can do to a simple parody recording. Tony Blair's leaving soon... probably
eclectech.co.uk: (Flash)
an original work.
I was asked why I haven't written a "proper" love song, but the thing is most "proper" love songs aren't really about love at all, they're superficial, physical "I fancy you, how can I get in your pants" sorts of songs. Now, that I can handle. I would like to thank Bennett Arron and Pamela Mitchell for the inspiration behind the song: Bennett's version of the joke has been broadcast on radio and TV, so there's a fair chance that's where the idea first imprinted itself; Pamela for describing something that actually happened.
Soundclick.com: (Some kind of stream)
a parody of "Pollution" by Tom Lehrer
The problems of giving humanitarian aid in the real world
soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "Rockstar" by Nickelback
I think the title says it all...
soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "Runaround Sue" by Dion
He's a 150-year-old wizard, who as far as all the HP stories are concerned is way beyond the point where he's copulating... so why bother saying "he's gay"?
soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "I Am So Proud" by Gilbert and Sullivan
A Mikado parody featuring Frodo, Aragorn and Gollum as Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko and Pish-Tush respectively
soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "Take It To The Limit" by The Eagles
I think the title's fairly self-explanatory...
www.soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "I've Been Everywhere" by Johnny Cash
The title says it all... possibly my favourite recording so far, but very difficult to sing at speed.
soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "When Will I See You Again" by The Three Degrees
About an unfortunate visit to the Intensive Care Unit
www.soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "The Boxer" by Simon and Garfunkel
Recorded at The Goat, St Albans with the inimitable Mr Ian Newman on mixed-up posters and harmonies
youtube.com: (Flash)
a parody of "Hey There, Delilah" by Plain White Ts
One for the Heroes fans (being tone deaf might help, too)
youtube.com: (flash video)
an original work.
A song I wrote for my new ukulele.
youtube.com: (flash)
a parody of "Purple People Eater" by Sheb Woolley
Some dodgy not-exactly-animated animation to go with a weirdly topical-again song
youtube: (Flash)
a parody of "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler
A Game of Thrones parody to Total Eclipse of the Heart, by Bonnie Tyler. Warning: contains spoilers, occasional swearing, violent death and some hairy guy with a beard
youtube: (youtube/flash)
a parody of "Land of Hope and Glory" by Edward Elgar
The British Cheese Board want a national anthem for Cheddar.. it had to be set to one of "Land of Hope and Glory", "God Save The Queen" or "Jerusalem" - none of which are conducive to really good parody writing. I've already done the last two of those, so that only left this..
Youtube: (flash video)
a parody of "The First Cut is the Deepest" by Rod Stewart
Performed at the first of a new comedy night in Hayes, Middx.
YouTube: (flash video)
a parody of "The Ballad of Barry and Freda" by Victoria Wood
What Victoria Wood might have made of the affair between Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels. Not that it happened, oh dear me, no. Because it's far more likely that a serial philanderer paid $130,000 to a woman to keep quiet about an affair that they didn't have than any kind of thing happened between them. Yeah, right.

For those unfortunate enough not to know the original, it's here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFI5Jl_IqsE
Youtube: (youtube)
a parody of "Puff the magic dragon" by Peter Paul and Mary
NCIS's Bert the farting hippo now lives in the UK
Youtube: (WMA)
a parody of "Beer For My Horses" by Toby Keith
To the poor suffering (and forgiving) wives like mine!
YouTube: (mp3, windows media)
a parody of "Walk The Dinosaur" by Was Not Was
Exposing the truth about Barney, the purple dinosaur, and providing a solution.
YouTube: (windows media)
a parody of "Hotel California" by The Eagles
Lyrics by Ethan Mawyer - remixed, performed and recorded by Professor Incubus. Just in time for Halloween.
Soundclick: (mp3)
a parody of "The Way" by Fastball
Lyrics by Ethan Mawyer - Vocals and Production by Professor Incubus. Santa is having troubles this year. It seems that termites have eaten his sleigh.
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "Fool On The Hill" by The Beatles
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.
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "Mr. Tambourine Man" by The Byrds
Special thanks goes out to Patrick McWilliams for allowing me to record this parody.
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "Yesterday" by The Beatles
Lyrics written by Rod Worden and vocals and production by Professor Incubus Have you ever felt stressed during the Christmas season? If so, then this parody is for you. Just don't go as far as the narrator of the song did and land up in state prison with a cellmate named bubba. If you do, take my advice and DON"T bend over for the soap. lol
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "Surrender" by Cheap Trick
After hearing this song at a local store, and listening to the lyrics of the 1st verse, i got the idea for this parody. In fact the line that goes "You'll Never Know What You'll Catch" made it the perfect song to do a Corona Virus parody of.
dj.dementiaradio.org: (MP3)
a parody of "Don't Stand So Close To Me" by The Police
This one was written by Terry Don Williams and he was gracious enough to allow me to record this one for him. This is yet another in a long list of corona virus related parodies.
dj.dementiaradio.org: (MP3)
a parody of "Pass The Dutchie" by Musical Youth
I wrote this one a LONG time ago - well before this latest pandemic, but never got around to actually recording it. This one is hot off of the presses. Just finished up the recording for it earlier today.
dj.dementiaradio.org: (MP3)
a parody of "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)" by Harry Belafonte
I find it kinda strange that a lot of the ideas that I have for parody songs, for some strange reason, come to me when I am sleeping. Such was the case for this one. This past Saturday, I had a chiropractor appointment so the previous night, I got the idea to create a parody about chiropractic care, so I came up with this one. I told my chiropractor about my idea and he told me that if they ever make a commercial, he would pay me to use the parody in the commercial.
dj.dementiaradio.org: (MP3)
a parody of "That's Amore" by Dean Martin
If you understand Italian, you will get a kick out of this one! But, even if you don't, you will get the meaning behind this parody. I wrote this one quite a while ago, but just got around to recording today.
dj.dementiaradio.org: (MP3)
a parody of "Kodachrome" by Paul Simon
I felt compelled to write this parody about Kodak. I live in Rochester, NY which is the world headquarters for Kodak. At one point it employed 60,000 people here in Rochester. Now they employ just over 5000 and have recently filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "Welcome To The Jungle" by Guns and Roses
Parody of Welcome To The Jungle. I re-recorded parts of it and its better than the previous one that I had listed on here.
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne
The idea for this song has been going though by head for quite some time and I just got around to writing and recording it recently. Just say no to fava beans, lentil soup and broccoli cheese souffle or they'll be blowin' out your ass in a crazy way!
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "The Music Of The Night from Phantom of the Opera" by Michael Crawford
A lot of this song comes from experiences that I have gone through in the past. I have been clean and sober since 1/13/08 but prior to that I have gone through 3 DWIs. So, from the bottom of my heart, please DON'T be the booze hound of the night!
Soundclick: (mp3)
a parody of "High Flying, Adored " by David Essex
Really funny parody of a song that was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice and originally performed by David Essex on the Soundtrack to the original london cast version of Evita
Soundclick.com: (mp3)
a parody of "(Keep Feeling) Fascination" by The Human League
After a long hiatus from recording parodies, I finally got around to recording this one! This is one of those parodies that kinda writes themselves after hearing the original version.
http://stream.uhtc.net: (mp3)
a parody of "The Sound Of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkel
This parody was inspired by how my life was over 6 years ago, when I was in the grips of alcoholism and dealing with the consequences that came from it. I have heard the sounds of sirens 3 times in my life. I am proud to say that I have not heard them in over six years because I have been clean and sober.
Private Server: (MP3)
a parody of "Linger" by The Cranberries
Ever since I first heard the original song done by The Cranberries, I had this idea for a parody of this song. This is one of those parodies where the words pretty much write themselves. Hehehe! Be sure to hold your nose for this one!
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "The Music Of The Night" by Andrew Lloyd Webber
With this being the very first parody song that I ever wrote (originally written back in the late 80's or early 90's), I thought that it was due for a re-write and re-recording and I thought of some changes that would make it better. This is a perfect example of a parody with a lesson in mind. Please don't be the Boozehound Of The Night. Never drink and drive!
dementiaradio.org: (MP3)
a parody of "The Sound Of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkel
Prior to 2008, I was at the height of my alcoholism and in January of that year, I was arrested for DWI. It was my third. It was one hell of a wake up call and from that point on, I have been clean and sober. It has been over 11 years and 9 months. Over the years, I have written a couple of parodies about my alcoholism. This one is a perfect example. The previous link was wrong.
dementiaradio.org: (mp3)
a parody of "The Sound Of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkel
Prior to 2008, I was at the height of my alcoholism and in January of that year, I was arrested for DWI. It was my third. It was one hell of a wake up call and from that point on, I have been clean and sober. It has been over 11 years and 9 months. Over the years, I have written a couple of parodies about my alcoholism. This one is a perfect example.
dj.dementiaradio.org: (MP3)
a parody of "Stay With Me" by Sam Smith
I got the idea for this parody when I was at work. Ironically, it wasn't long after I got the idea that I had to take a pee. LOL!
Archive.org: (MP3)
a parody of "Spooky" by The Atlanta Rhythm Section
This is an original parody song that I wrote about our cat, Abbie. All of the meows that you hear in this recording were recorded during a time when we were driving to the vet. This is what we have to put up with every time that happens.
Archive.org: (MP3)
a parody of "Under The Sea" by Samuel E. Wright
I wrote this one in the midst of the hottest part of the Summer. I got the idea for this one when I was at work. Call me demented, but I am always thinking of parody song ideas and lyrics.
SoundCloud: (SoundCloud)
a parody of "Last Train To Clarksville" by The Monkees
I recently turned 50 and so I got this idea for a parody. Those of you who are 50 or older are gonna relate to this parody. It's all about AARP and how they badger you to join up.
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
a parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" by Bonnie Tyler
This is another example of a parody that pretty much writes itself. After listening to the original version on the radio, I decided that I had to write this parody of it.
Soundclick: (MP3)
a parody of "Seasons In The Sun" by Terry Jacks
Special thanks to Merry & Pippin for allowing me to record their newest parody. This one tells the story of 'Joy', who is a nymphomaniac who takes on a bar full of bikers in an all our gang bang.
Soundclick: (Soundclick)
an original work.
A cheerful ode to the "Saw" movie series, featuring the wicked words of Spaff—and the musical mayhem of Project Sisyphus.
The FuMP: (Mp3)
an original work.
A few years ago, Apple developed their free "Garageband" software so that anyone who bought a Mac could instantly become a musician. Perhaps this wasn't such a great idea. This song, produced entirely with Garageband, features Wally Wingert on vocals.
the FuMP: (Mp3)

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