Friend of the Blog Diane just forwarded this song parody about our beloved Mo, and it’s great. Take a look.
“Don’t stop relievin’.” Couldn’t have said it better myself.
Tags: Mariano Rivera, song parody, Yankees
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Awesome! Got a Rivera jersey for Mother’s Day from my she-fan daughter.
Aw, what a nice daughter you have, Corinne.
That was awesome. It almost made me cry. Thanks Diane and Jane! And thanks tex, I was starting to lose my mind with this game.sp57
I love the lyrics, Barbara. I wish I’d thought of doing a song parody myself!
Haha! This is great…! I was almost afraid to look.
What fun! My family does song parodies for big occasions – graduations, milestone birthdays. My daughters and friends also have written a bunch of Harry Potter ones. We’re pretty good, if I do say so myself, but this guy totally rocked it! Could have been the subject matter, though.
Haha, you’re a scaredy cat, YankeeCase.
Since you’re a pro at parodies, Audrey, how about doing a Yankees one for us?
That was great. Thanx! Good Luck to Mo on his “Journey” back…
I’d consider doing one, but my advanced age implies that the only songs I’d parody would be unknown to fellow readers…so You Go, Audrey!
I’m sure your song parody would be fun, Dave. It would just be on the “obscure” side.
Late getting back to this – it’s been a crazy week. I’ll think about the parody and welcome any suggestions. As I’ve said before, my high school boyfriend was a Mets fan who could sing their theme song. I changed the words from “The Mets are always hitting the ball, hitting those homeruns over the wall” or something like that) to “The Mets are always missing the ball, watching those homeruns go over the wall.” That’s the extent of my baseball parodying up to this point in life but I’ll give it a go. My last one for my sister’s 50th birthday, “Blame it on your Age” sung to Patty Loveless’s “Blame it on Your Heart” was great if I do say so myself. I’d let you see the private youtube page except you wouldn’t get it – too many private jokes.
Since Tex is your favorite player, Audrey, or so I assume, how about a song parody in his honor?
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