Saturday, December 08, 2007

Song Parody: Sting Me Well


I love to sing and traditional Christmas carols hold a special place in my heart. For the past two years, I have posted seasonal song parodies (to the point where some readers actually begged me to stop).

As a salute to the holiday season, here's a variation of Jingle Bells that you may not have heard.

Sting Me Well

Lashing to and fro
On a sawhorse made for play
Oh my cheeks they glow
Jiggling all the way
Whacks on my tail sting
Making colors bright
What fun it is to spank and sing
A flaying song tonight

Oh, swat me well, swat me well
Swat me all the day
Oh, what fun it is to ride
On a sawhorse made for play
Swat me well, swat me well
Swat me all the day
Oh, what fun it is to ride
On a sawhorse made for play

I realize that I posted a slightly different Jingle Bells parody in 2005, but I like this one better.

5 comments :

MissyH said...

Actually, Bonnie, this is far less
disturbing than the original words
in that song; the verses are
rarely heard nowadays for that reason. Google it, I'm not kidding,
these are the real words:

"The horse was lean and lank
Misfortune was his lot"

And later on they sing:

"Then hitch him to a one horse sleigh and crack! you're on your
way"

Awful stuff. And if the rampant animal abuse isn't enough, in
another verse a woman is walking through the snow, trips and falls
flat on her back, and a guy sees
her, laughs his head off, then
drives off without helping.

I prefer your lyrics, Bonnie.

Hermione said...

LOL! That song is going to be running through my head for the rest of the day!
Thanks for the smile!

Hugs,
Hermione

SelfSpanker said...

I wish you a smacking Christmas
I wish you a smarting Christmas
I wish you a smouldering Christmas
And a Bright Bright Red Rear.

Bethie said...

Great lyrics, Bonnie! That's my kind of carol. LOL

While doing laundry the other day, I caught myself singing "All I want for Christmas is a well-spanked butt" (instead of "my two front teeth" - which I have btw). ;-)

Paul said...

Bonnie, I love parodies, have you seen Purple Angels latest.
Warm hugs,
Paul.

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