I will write a song parody on the subject of your choice

write a song parody on the subject of your choice
write a song parody on the subject of your choice

About This Gig

**UPDATE 11/27/16: starting today and continuing indefinitely, all proceeds will be donated to the Standing Rock Sioux and their efforts to block the Dakota Access Pipeline.**

You know the moment: you have the perfect song in mind, but the original lyrics aren't quite cutting it. That, my friend, is when you need a really great song parody.

Whether you need it for business promotion, as a gift, or just for fun, I've got it covered. Some of my past parodies have made people laugh, won contests, and even landed statewide media attention. What can I say? If there's anything I love more than a great song, it's that same great song with totally different lyrics.

For $5, I'll write new lyrics for one verse and one chorus set to the song of your choice, on the subject of your choice.* This includes written lyrics only, with no music or audio. 

Here are a few examples of parodies I've written:

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- *I reserve the right to refuse any requests for abusive, threatening, or otherwise inappropriate lyrics.
- I retain all intellectual property rights to the lyrics I write.

Order Details

First Verse and Chorus

This offer includes parody lyrics for the first verse and chorus (or equivalent).

  • Original Lyrics
5 days delivery

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much will it cost to write parody lyrics for an entire song?
    It depends on the song. I charge $5 for the first verse and chorus (or equivalent), and $5 for each additional verse/bridge/segment/etc. Feel free to contact me with your song choice prior to placing your order - I'll be happy to give you a customized quote based on the song.
  • Will you sing the parody, too?
    Not on any kind of finalized/high-quality track - you'd need someone else for that. What I can do is provide a *very* rough recording of me singing the parody for $5 extra, meant only to demonstrate how the lyrics fit the melody.
  • Can you write an original song?
    Sorry, no - I write parody lyrics only, not original melodies.