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2010-01-05
Robert Lund and Spaff.com Ten Foot Two, Skin of Blue 
Says Roger Ebert in his review of Avatar: "[James] Cameron and his artists succeed at the difficult challenge of making Neytiri a blue-skinned giantess with golden eyes and a long, supple tail, and yet--I'll be damned. Sexy."

Roger, Roger.

Here, then, is a parody of the 1925 hit "Has Anybody Seen My Gal?" [aka "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue"], inspired both by Neytiri and by Allan Sherman's 1963 parody, "Eight Foot Two, Solid Blue." You can listen to it 162 times in the same amount of time it takes to see Avatar once. Go ahead - try it.

Na'vi Gators:
M. Spaff Sumsion: Concept and lyrics
Robert Lund: Guitar and vocals

This song is now available on the following CDs:
      
Comments:
2010-01-05 filkertom
Excellent. And it's good to have you back, Robert! :D
2010-01-05 devospice
And once again I hear a song that Spaff wrote and find myself saying "Why didn't I think of that?!"
2010-01-05 lukeski
It's the FuMP in IMAX 3-D! Look at the size of ShoEboX's mullet! Great song guys, you have another big hit on your hands here! Great to have you back, Mr. Lund! :D
2010-01-05 weirdojace
Nice one, dudes.
2010-01-05 dino-mike
Cool beans.
2010-01-05 maxgoof
Reminds me of Allan Sherman.
2010-01-05 maxsilly
Reminds me of Sherman Allan.
2010-01-06 Balder
The color reminds me of Sherwin Williams.
2010-01-06 maxsilly
The drumming reminds me of Sherwood "Bermuda" Schwartz
2010-01-06 Shockwave
Heheh. That's wonderful!
2010-01-16 Spaff.com
Big thank yous from me, Robert Lund, Allan Sherman, Sherman Allan, Sherwin Williams, Sherwood Schwartz, and Sherwood Lykabonk.
2010-01-25 ProjectSisyphus
Excellent guys, and congrats on your news feature story. Nice guitar on this
2010-01-26 Spaff.com
Thanks, Bob. Yes, that's Robert on geetar.
2010-02-12 voiceroy
Re: Roger Ebert Years ago, I used to have a theory that Ebert and Roeper only gave "thumbs up" to films that gave them a boner. Ebert's review finally proves it. Funny stuff, Spaff/Lund. I like a nice short parody.
2010-02-12 voiceroy
BTW, the title also reminds me of the Tom Smith classic Smurf anthology that included "Smurfer Girl": "Little girl, all solid blue, "Five foot four less five foot two"
2010-02-12 voiceroy
Re: Roger Ebert Years ago, I used to have a theory that Ebert and Roeper only gave "thumbs up" to films that gave them a boner. Ebert's review finally proves it. Funny stuff, Spaff/Lund. I like a nice short parody.
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