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Silence of the Lambs: The Musical - Featuring the showstopping tune "If I Could Smell Her..." know what? Just click the link.
posted by ColdChef (22 comments total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
If I could smell her...WHAT?!

Just sick, man, just sick. I'm almost afraid to d/l it and hear the rest of the lyrics...
posted by davidmsc at 6:27 PM on July 18, 2003

IF I could smell her cunt/she'd help me taste humanity again/and if I promised not to eat her perhaps she'd even be my friend/if I could smell her cunt/if I could smell her cunt

it goes downhill from there, well done, though.
posted by Grod at 6:45 PM on July 18, 2003

opps, almost forgot "if I could smell her beared clam" this has got to be the funniest line ever song in such a serious style. thanks
posted by Grod at 6:46 PM on July 18, 2003

Debbie Does Dallas as a musical

And the Musical that should not be A Shoggoth on the Roof
posted by rough ashlar at 7:26 PM on July 18, 2003

That's funny. A friend and I joked for months about a musical version of Silence of the Lambs, except we called ours "Lambs!"
posted by MegoSteve at 7:27 PM on July 18, 2003

The musical version of "The Elephant Man" in The Tall Guy was called "Elephant!"
posted by xiffix at 7:35 PM on July 18, 2003

Oh, all right, I'll play.

"Saucy Jack, you’re a naughty one/Saucy Jack, you’re a haughty one."
posted by yhbc at 7:35 PM on July 18, 2003

Jerry Springer, the Opera.
posted by Zonker at 7:50 PM on July 18, 2003

So...I'm definitely buying the "Silence of the Lambs" cd. That's a given.

My question is: when the hell can I buy the "Springer" soundtrack? (I've got a nice open space next to my Urinetown cd.
posted by ColdChef at 9:04 PM on July 18, 2003

I can't help but be reminded of Cannibal: The Musical!
posted by Stauf at 9:26 PM on July 18, 2003

Oh, and... "Put the Fucking Lotion in the Basket" - Buffalo Bill and Catherine?

Man, if I were to hear the phrase "It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again" in musical form, I'm quite sure I would break into hysterics.
posted by Stauf at 9:32 PM on July 18, 2003

From the musical above:
The gun, the gun, the AK-47.
It's a terrible, fiery sword,
It's the vengeance of the Lord,
It's a Kalashnikov full auto.
"Kill 'em dead" 's our motto.
It's made for almost everyone.
Even children can have fun
Shooting God's people's gun.
[Slowly chanted with indicated accents]
Fo'r-ty-se'v-en Au'-to-ma't-Ka-la'sh-ni-ko'v,
[Shouted] Full auto!

Pete: [Shouted] It's God's gun.

posted by ColdChef at 11:09 PM on July 18, 2003

I'm currently creating the poster for Evil Dead: The Musical. I shit you not.
posted by krunk at 11:10 PM on July 18, 2003

Stauf... this makes Cannibal the Musical look like Shakespeare.
posted by Shoeburyness at 11:18 PM on July 18, 2003

Sad, weird, unbelieveable? Maybe... but some friends and I had the *exact* same idea about 5 years (or more) ago. I was going to do a stunning old-broadway version of a song called "Do the lambs still scream, Clarice?", complete with shiny tuxedos, stairways, and fountains in the background! Yes; I would be Lecter.
posted by crankydoodle at 12:00 AM on July 19, 2003

This is the best thing ever. "Put the Fucking Lotion in the Basket" had me in tears.
posted by 40 Watt at 12:28 AM on July 19, 2003

"Put the Fucking Lotion in the Basket" is indeed fantastic.
posted by GriffX at 2:43 PM on July 19, 2003

I'd see it if Cartman was in it (>< )/>
posted by drezdn at 4:30 PM on July 19, 2003

Avenue Q is in previews on Broadway right now, having made the transition from Off-Broadway. It's basically an affectionate send-up of Sesame Street for grown-ups (this is *not* for the kiddies), with puppets designed and controlled by puppeteers who used to work for Henson, and it's cute and funny as hell.

Favorite songs:

"The Internet is for Porn" - sung by Treekie Monster, who likes porn the way Cookie Monster ;likes cookies

"You Can Be As Loud As the Hell You Want (When You're Makin' Love)" - sung while two puppets get it on in various positions

"Schadenfreude" - the word of the day, taught to us all by Gary Coleman (actually, an actress playing Gary Coleman)
posted by Asparagirl at 10:49 PM on July 19, 2003

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