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Musical Pairody™ Parodies
Non-Musical Pairody™ Parodies

Black
and
Blue Bayou

The song BLUE BAYOU (Roy Orbison, Roy Acuff, Linda Ronstadt) is the background to the parody of BLACK AND BLUE BAYOU, as DoubleTake (Dave Hage and Dennis Hage) takes aim at BP and the oil industry's disaster in the Gulf.

Black and Blue Bayou

The Monster Mash Bash

John McCain, Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, and Joe Biden star in DoubleTake Pairody Parody, THE MONSTER MASH BASH. A very frightening Halloween, but not nearly as scary as the election and the fact that these are the best America has to offer?


Monster Mash Bash

We Will Barack You aka
Ba Ba Barack

The songs BARBARA ANN (Beach Boys) and WE WILL ROCK YOU (Queen) are the background to the parody as Barack Obama joins a cast including cartoon characters, talk show hosts, The Simpsons, The Beatles, John McCain, Biden, Palin, and a host of others.

I'M HILLARY IN '08, I AM

Two Hillaryious versions: Pro or Con. Loosly "biased" on the 1910 English song, Henry the VIII, by Peter Noone and Hermit's Hermits.


First in the DoubleTake-off series
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY RIBS


THE MONSTER BASH

Political bashing? This DT Pairody™ Parody is based on the Halloween novelty classic The Monster Mash by Bobby "Boris" Picket.


Dracula Rudy Gulliana

Second in the DoubleTake-off series
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY RIBS

BAGHDAD HOLEBILLY

THE BAGHDAD HOLEBILLY, another Pairody™ DoubleTake song , was inspired by the Beverly Hillbillies and the capture of Saddam Hussain.

JAILHOUSE STOCK

JAILHOUSE STOCK, a unique song Pairody™ DT song, “conned” Martha Stewart (featuring “twin” Elvis impersonations) and was inspired by JAILHOUSE ROCK.

Roll over Martha with cursor

HELL O SAMA
Hello Muddah,
Hello Fadduh

DoubleTake does it again with their DT Pairody™ Parody based on the 1960's hit by Allan Sherman.

Bin Laden

HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN(k)

DoubleTake aims at the "Animals" in Washington and Lousiana in ths Pairody™  Parody of the infamous song that every begining guitar player learns how to play.  Now they can play it with the word play of DoubleTake.

ME AND BILLY G.

Johnny "Cache" sings and geeks his way into your hearts using Kris Kristofferson's (Janis Joplin) Me and Bobby McGee as the basis for telling the inside story of Billie Gate.

Computer Parity Pairody™ Parodies

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Computer

Previous DT GEEK Whiners include:
The Duke of URL
Hard Drive Night
Oh Tandy
Drop and a Drag (Kind of a Drag)
Return to (Email) Sender
Mac the Nice (MIce)
Oh Lord (Won't you buy me a new PC)
C CRUISE (GUI, GUI baby)
Surfer Girl
Leader of the Mac


DOCTOR WHO'S ON FIRST

Relatively speaking, DoubleTake has merged the past with the future into a present for you with their Pairody™ parody.

Don't know Abbot, Costello, or Doctor Who?  What's wrong with you? Wake up and smell the comedy.


DOUBLETAKE
MOVIES
OF THE WEAK™

Graphic..ly speaking, (as if graphics can talk) ...

DoubleTake uses the movies to make a few political points ... or is that uses a few points to make a few movies?

A lot of political bedfellows (a truly sexist term) "make" the bed, each other, and some movies "extra" fun.


GRAND SLAMS

Home Plate Movies

Word Play Play PUN...ishment...

Picture if you will, The Saturday Night Live TwiNlight Zone.
  DoubleTake takes aim at the movies, with some title and plot "checkered" twists. 

Don't venture here unless you can stand the pain (Oh... we meant to say stand the pun.)



Twas the Night Before X-MOS

“YULE” love this…

...even if it ain't Christmas (unless our web guy forgot to change this line). If you love or hate technology – it's a techno-take on the famous XMAS poem.

And since we're talking about doubletaking a holiday: What do DoubleTake, Jimmy Buffet, Sir Isaac Newton, Sissy Spacek, Humphrey Bogart, Cab Calloway, Clara Barton, Little Richard, and Rod Sterling all have in common?

Answer: We were all born on Christmas.



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