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Reviewer: Shadow Maiden Signed [Report This]
Date: 23/07/08 - 08:24 pm Title: Movie Version

That is a very clever twist on Gretchen Wilcon's song. It made my day. *hysterical laughing in the background*

Author's Response: Oh, I'm glad you liked it. Her songs are too clever not to riff on . . . I'm thinking maybe there's an "I'm Here for the Pipeweed" to be written.

Reviewer: longitudeandlatitude Signed [Report This]
Date: 11/04/07 - 10:46 pm Title: Play Me a Gondolin

I love how you manage to keep the cadence, change the rhyme scheme, and still make it fit it so well. You are so good! o.o This is better than the original. What the heck is a "birmingham", anyway?

Author's Response: If you meant that seriously, Birmingham is a city in Alabama. Thanks for the review: I really enjoy writing parodies, and I try very hard to keep the song recognizeable (although it's not a huge trick if you know a little about meter and are patient). I admit I thought of coming up with a "Paint Me a Numenor" . . .

Reviewer: longitudeandlatitude Signed [Report This]
Date: 23/02/07 - 01:01 am Title: Low Places, or Dark Ones

Hahahaha! Amazing! It's hard to write lyrics for a tune already written, rhyme, and keep a story going, but this was great. "Blame it all on the Ring--" Oh man. I loved the Amarillo Sky one too. And yeah, I'm a country fan. :)

Author's Response: I know: there are so many clever country songs. I keep thinking that "Redneck Woman" would make a great parody.

Reviewer: Vanya Vasa Signed [Report This]
Date: 26/10/06 - 01:48 am Title: Star of the Evening

Nice, I have read much worse. I wouldn't have put it in the song format though, it would be better without it.

Author's Response: You're right about the verse -- it's far from my best. I just found the thought of an actual country song irresistable.

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