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Subject: SHOW & TELL #7--DKTOS

Written By: agrimorfee on 07/25/05 at 11:27 am

Here's a fine how-de-do. :o There are so many parodies here, no one could possibly know ALL of the OS (original songs). But sometimes the writer makes a fine piece of poetry that still amuses and entertains. This is your assignment for this week's Show & Tell. Find a parody that you DKTOS (Dont Know The Original Song), but still enjoy for its pure artistry. Post it here by 7/29/05 for all to enjoy. Happy hunting!

Note to newbies: This is not a contest, but a weekly game for amirighters to share their favorite parodies. Find a parody on that follows the above description (not your own).

Subject: Re: SHOW & TELL #7--DKTOS

Written By: Scathe on 07/25/05 at 2:39 pm

Johnny D wrote a howler called "After Beer 2525".  Not only have I not heard of the OS, but the band eludes my knowledge as well.  If you haven't read it, your missing out.  ;D

Subject: Re: SHOW & TELL #7--DKTOS

Written By: on 07/28/05 at 3:24 pm


Subject: Re: SHOW & TELL #7--DKTOS

Written By: agrimorfee on 08/01/05 at 2:35 pm

How dare I not even contribute to my own thread!  :-[(and where did everyone else go? :\'()

Here's the late entry for DKTOS: Rick Duncan went nutz one day and decided to take on all 18+ minutes of a Yes suite and change it into a story about a horny Topiary Artist.
My sympathies, Rick. :)

EDIT: This had nothing to do with my Hedge Trimmer song BTW! ;D

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