Monday, August 26, 2013

Can’t tweet my feeling of you

Wise men say only fools post on blogs. Really what would a dead Elvis know about blogging? I’m not doing another parody with an Elvis cover. I did that once. Remember you’ve lost that linky feeling?

Today I’m picking on/messing up/wasting your time on the Frankie Vallie song, “Can't Take My Eyes Off You” which is the ultimate stalker song. Remember the Jersey Boys musical? That great musical introduced their music to a whole new generation. (oh this parody is evidence that I should never buy an I-phone)




not many pics of me on stage so just go with it


You're just too good to be true
Can't take my finger off of you
You'd be like heaven to touch
I wanna tweet with you so much
At long last I-phone has arrived
And I thank Apple it’s alive
You're just too good to be true
Can't take my finger off of you

Pardon my walk while I stare
In my hand I read text from the air
The text you leave fills a week
Texting, no more need to speak
So if you retweet my tweets
Please let me know if you eat meats
You're just too good to be true
Can’t tweet my feeling of you

chorus: 

I love twitter and if it’s quite all right
I need twitter to warm the lonely nights
I love twitter, trust in me when I text
Oh pretty twitter, don't bring me down I tweet
Oh pretty twitter, now that I've found you sweet
And let me love you twitter, let me love you

You're just too good to be true
Can’t tweet my feeling of you
You'd be like heaven to tweet
I wanna hashtag you so sweet
At long last love has a link
I thank twitter I don’t think
You're just too good to be true
Can’t tweet my feeling of you 




6 comments:

Cheryl P. said...

I think the Iphone and you might need some time apart. Still you did an awesome parody. How far we have come that people put their love notes in 140 characters or less. Of course, those love notes are about our love of our techy gadgets.

Bearman Cartoons said...

You hugging Cyndi in that pic?

lisleman said...

yeah but she was very waxy and stiff. thanks

lisleman said...

thanks. I think it might be one of my better parodies. I think back to my dad's negative reaction to us talking on the phone so much. Of course he was not so old that the telephone was new invention. But I do think the phone and it's service was not nearly as common when he was a teen vs. the period of my teens. My point is new technology often is picked up by new generations and surprises older generations.

Pat Fortunato said...

Oh lawd! What's with bloggers and parodies? And The Four Seasons? I've just finished writing, with A Little Help From My Friends, a songbook of parodies for my anniversary party, with the theme song Oh, What A Night. And I can't sing either! Fortunately, my friends can.

lisleman said...

Your own songbook of parodies - cool. Many bloggers I suspect have strong interest in words and probably listen to the lyrics. The Four Seasons - well you can understand the lyrics to their songs.

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