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Monday, December 15, 2014

Christmas carol parody 2014



OK, so I changed my mind. The parody muse made an appearance after all, and I really needed a humorous distraction.

So this year's selection is based on "Do You Hear What I Hear?" Here is the real song, with the real lyrics, for reference:



And now, my version, which takes place at a spanking party.

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Said the spanko to the little brat,
Do you see what I see?
Way across the room, little brat,
Do you see what I see?
Some tears, a rear, gathering some heat
With a tail as red as a beet,
With a tail as red as a beet

Said the little brat to the Toppy Boy,
Do you hear what I hear?
Ringing in our ears, Toppy Boy
Do you hear what I hear?
A groan, a moan, as the paddles fall
With a thud we hear down the hall,
With a thud we hear down the hall

Said the Toppy Boy to the Mighty Dom,
Do you know what I know?
In your living room, Mighty Dom,
Do you know what I know?
Your guests, your guests, wait to have their turn
Let us spank their bums till they burn,
Let us spank their bums till they burn

Said the Dom to bottoms everywhere,
Listen to what I say!
Panties down, bottoms everywhere!
Listen to what I say!
The cane, the cane, swishing through the air
It will sting, so sass if you dare,
It will sting, so sass if you daaaaaare!

Thank you, thank you very much. You may now resume your shopping and your other holiday aggravations. 

24 comments:

  1. Hi Erica :-) This is so funny LOL :-) You make up some AWESOME parodies I Love it :-) Much Love and hugs from naughty girl Jade/ Emily Jean

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  2. LOL, Erica, thanks for the laughs! (Hugs)

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  3. Jade -- thanks.

    Jay -- glad I could make you laugh. :-)

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  4. Erica, on the first day of Hanukah. my true love said to me. Lets eat one potato latkes, for goodness sake, Plus a delicious, scrumptious black chocolate cake. Erica I let you add the other verses. XXX Luv ya.

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  5. Six -- I think I'll let someone else handle that one. :-)

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  6. that was great and funny

    Baxter

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  7. Baxter -- I'm glad you liked it. I don't seem to get a lot of comments on these, for whatever reason. But I keep trying. :-)

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  8. Lol! I loved it! Thanks ks for putting a smile on my face.

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  9. Ok Erica. You've single-handedly added to my 'bah-humbug' seasonal blues. Every time I go into a store playing Xmas music I immediate wonder if one of your tunes will be next. Then reality crashes back in. I'll never hear a musak carol again without thinking of one of yours.

    All of which is to say: Thank You for the delightful seasonal treat. Jon

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  10. Such silliness girl "chuckles" Just for that I hope you get put over a knee and get your bare bottom turned bright red young lady ! lolol

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  11. Jon -- if you like Christmas parodies, you'd probably love Bob Rivers' "Twisted Christmas." Google it. One of my favorites: "The Restroom Door said 'Gentlemen'" (for "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen").

    D -- yes, I like to have a bit of fun. It gets me through the holidays.

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    1. 12 Pains of Christmas in dozens of different videos. I'm re-thinking my bah. Thanks, Erica.

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    2. Erica, I played a little more hooky from my self-employment and listened to or watched more songs. Your songs are funnier than most. You might consider recording some WITH a video produced by one of your friends / contacts.

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    3. Yeah, but I can't sing. :-)

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  12. Wow! That was my favourite Christmas song as a child, but I like the grown-up version even better!

    Hugs,
    Hermione

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  13. Hermione -- ha! Glad I didn't trash any childhood memories.

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  14. Total love it.I am always turning Xmas it to spanking.it so funny I show my wife you so laughing..

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  15. Pretty good but "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues is still my favorite Xmas carol.

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  16. John -- not familiar with that one, at least not by name. Will have to look it up.

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  17. You may know it as "Christmas in the Drunk Tank."

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