Juvenile song lyric adaptations


#1

Currently have “I’m in the toilet, watching you pissing” instead of “I’m in the corner, watching you kiss her” stuck in my head.

You got any of these?


#2

Holy cow I love yer arse - Elbow


#3

Thanks for ruining a great song for us Ant!!


#4

Don’t worry, I’m singing it to the crappy Robyn cover version, leaving the Calum Scott original untainted :slight_smile:


#5

whenever i pass a cattery (surprisingly often) sing it to the tune off of master of puppets.

CANNOT KILL THE CAT. ER. AY.


#6

currently got David Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’, but substituting ‘dance’ for ‘meow’. and then the bridge bit just total meows.

do this to lots of songs :pensive:


#7

It’s not very juvenile, but to No Doubt’s Spiderwebs I’ve always sung:

“Leave a message and I’ll call Eubank”

Illicits a wry smile. From me.


#8

I like to improvise lyrics on the subject of bum touching for the theme tunes of any soap my wife is watching.

E.g., for Eastenders:

Now it’s time to touch! Your! Bum!
It is very big, so I like to touch it!

Or for Emmerdale:

I’ll touch your bum
If you’ve got on clean underwear

(Doesn’t really scan. Fuck it.)

As you might imagine, this irks the wife something awful.


#9

Match of the Day is on the tv, I’m wearing shorts and socks


#10

I always do the bass line to MOTD, winds my mum up something chronic.


#11

We used to do this for school hymns, my favourite is “We are a took revolving, around the golden sun, we are a million children rolled up my bum” instead of one. Not sure how the teahers didn’t twig on


#12

Isn’t this ‘Saltwater’ by Julian Lennon as opposed to a hymn?


#13

Lock the taskbar, lock the taskbar!


#14

Oh idk they just called it hymn time and we sang songs that sounded Christian


#15

How does James Hetfield like his toast?
BUTTERY!


#16

I can see clearly now your brain’s a scone


#17

And I miss you
Like the peasants missed the train