The good, the bad, and the ugly February 22, by Leah Berkenwald Is anyone else getting sick of Jewish song parodies? Every month it seems a new Jewish group puts out a parody of some pop song where they change the lyrics from "I love you" to "I love Jews," add in a few references to bagels or bar mitzvahs, and suddenly the video is posted on every single Jewish website that ever existed.
It covers Batman and Robin, and their arch-nemesis The Joker, all with silly lyrics making light fun of them.
Many other variations exist, all with similar phrasing. It involves cigar smoking, explosions, and a somewhat morbid death for the kings in the song. These three older examples are still sure to elicit a chuckle.
Bob Rivers is a famous Christmas parody songwriter. His Twelve Pains of Christmas pokes fun at the not-so-fun aspects of the holidays, like "rigging up the lights", in-laws, and post-Christmas bills.
I'll Be Cloned for Christmas D. Goldstein's I'll Be Cloned for Christmas is a funny parody that anyone caught up in the rush of the holiday season will appreciate. The lyrics are set to the melody of I'll Be Home for Christmas and speak of the need for three clones to help with the hustle and bustle of the season, from working to shopping to partying.
God Rest We Weary Working Moms hilariously captures how moms also need a little rest and relaxation during the holidays. New Sources of Holiday Parodies If you're in the mood for full-blown holiday silliness, bookmark some of the following sites. Loony Music parodies popular tunes and turns them into twisted Christmas songs.
Themes range from underwear to computers to politically correct lyrics. Rock has a collection of Christmas song parodies and novelty songs that are sure to tickle your funny bone.
Video Christmas Song Parodies Videos add another dimension to holiday song parodies, and they range from mildly amusing to hilarious. Sometimes a favorite carol is parodied, other times a popular song is redone with twisted Christmas lyrics.
Either way, the results are entertaining. In this version, Doug the Pug makes it clear what's on his Christmas list. Watch this trio offer up some Christmas spirit. At least that's what one dad finds out when he tries to put up a holiday tree for his environmentally conscious daughter in this parody version of the classic O Christmas Tree.
Be forewarned, there's a scene with a topless Santa swinging on a giant ornament that you just might find a little disturbing. The Restroom Door Said Gentlemen In this parody of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, a hapless fellow falls victim to a prankster who thought it would be funny to switch the public restroom signs.
You'll also get a kick out of the college quartet who perform the song with a great deal of animation. Make Your Own Parody You know the melodies; now try making up funny lyrics to some of your favorite carols. Most are easy to rhyme and if you include family inside jokes, you might create new hilarity!
You'd better not bake, Don't set out any cake, I'm telling you why, Santa Claus is dropping some pounds. He's avoiding all cookies.This is a funny song which is about students who are lazy and don't want to work.
The song is a parody for the song " I am Sexy and I know it". The students can see what a person can be if he doesn't want to work. The task is to fill in the gaps. It is a good way to learn some new vocabularly as 4/5(8). This was a good year before Mandatory Fun came out, but it was the big song of the summer of and I felt if I put out my album and didn’t have a “Blurred Lines” parody, it would be a.
10 Parody Songs That Totally Nailed It.
Catch Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story this month on IFC. someone has been making fun of it. German composer Jakob Paix wrote a “parody mass” all the way back in , and if I know anything about 16th century church music, it must have been hilarious.
Still, it wasn’t until the last few decades. A vital part of the song parody is the song to parody. When you pick your subject, maybe you have a song in your mind, but if not try and find a pretty semi-popular song. If you like a song, or hat the song and you have got a line already parodied, stick with that song.
One can not only find parody songs all over You Tube, one can find tutorials on how to write a parody song. One could check out the popular parodists Weird Al Yankovic and The Capitol Steps.
Feb 15, · Use an Existing Melody to Write a New Melody If you make a joke out of the original song, that's called a "parody." Weird Al Yankovic is the master of parody.
Better yet, have a friend choose a good song for you that you haven't heard. If you are unfamiliar with the melody, that will be an advantage.
Copy out the lyrics.