Mystery Song

Joke ID#12819
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Submitted Bybballrox2123
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All my life has been a mystery
You and I were never ever meant to be
Thats why I call my love for you... a mystery.

Different country
You and I have always lived in different countries
And I know that airline tickets don't grow on a tree
So what kept us apart is plain for me to see
That part at least, is not really much of a mystery.

I live on a houseboat on an estuary
Which is handy for my work with the port authority
But I'm sure you would have found it

Headed me
I am foolish to ignore the possibilty
That if we actually met, you might have a taken a really violent dislike of me
But thats not the only problem I can see

Dead since 1993
You've been dead now, wait a minute, let me see,
14 years come next Janu-a-ry
As a human beign you are history
So why do I still long for you
Why is my love so strong for you
Why did I write this song for you
Well, I guess it's just a mystery

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Posted by bballrox2123 Aug 06, 2006

plz dont fix the spelling errors- those are part of the "flow"

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Posted by ntsoaky Aug 08, 2006


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Posted by bmonkey Aug 08, 2006

maybe if there was sound it would sound funny. what is this all about?

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Posted by mydarklife Aug 08, 2006

I dont think itss a joke but its the greatest poem ive ever heared!

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Posted by bballrox2123 Aug 09, 2006

thanx mydarklife! to every1 else- it probably does sound better w/ sound, but i thought it was funny so i posted sorry if u dont enjoy it!

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Posted by girliepie Aug 13, 2006

It doesn't matter what anyone else thinks, all that matters is if you like it. I liked it though.

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Posted by akl21 Aug 13, 2006

Am I right that this is a play on that song at the end of Napoleon Dynamite? The phrasing sounds about right. Anyways, I loved it! Great job. =)

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Posted by bballrox2123 Aug 14, 2006

thanx girliepie ak- it isnt, tho i see where ur coming from

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Posted by girliepie Aug 14, 2006

your welcome

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Posted by Plagiarist Sep 13, 2006

Hilarious "joke" there squire. Would be more so if it wasn't word from badly spelt word taking from the titular song by Hugh Laurie which you saw and STOLE from "Inside The Actors Studio" The song was performed originally on "A Bit of Fry and Laurie" in 1989. The correct words are "Thames Water Authority" and "1973". On the former Laurie felt it necessary to change them for the Yankee audience who of course would be non plused at the original. For your next “joke” I direct you to The Smiths song "Cemetery Gates" perhaps you could try to pass this one off. "There's always someone, somewhere, with a big nose, who knows And who trips you up and laughs when you fall Who'll trip you up and laugh when you fall” You unoriginal "bad man"

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Posted by bastonydaga Feb 15, 2019

Uh..... meh. Really not funny as read. Perhaps if performed or with music or something. But as is: meh.

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