Friday, September 16, 2016

Son of W.A.Y. parody: Ballad of Rachael Moore

  • Ballad of Rachael Moore
    • Alternative title: "Ballad of Rochaelle O'Salina" in case Rachael isn't interested in a cut of the royalties
    • Parody of "River in Judea"
    • I recommend the instrumentation to be in the style of pop music from 2011-2014, as the events depicted took place during those years.
  • Music video ideas:
    • Music video must show an actress who doppelgangs Rachael - she must be partially or wholly of Native American descent or pass convincingly for someone of Native American descent. 
    • She must wear modern clothes, not traditional Native American garb (feathers and all.) 
    • She must be aged 18-25, and appear to weigh 300-350 lbs. 
    • She may wear a fat suit to artificially look this heavyset, if necessary.
  • Lyric ideas:
    • The lyrics must describe her unusually-strong paranoia and tendency to assume the worst of otherwise inconsequentially-trivial acts.
    • Somewhere in the song, would describe how her adoptive mother didn't believe that something serious was not her fault. Therefore, when they assumed the result of a traumatic event was her fault, they punished her unjustly.
    • Then the lyrics tell about how she decided to pay forward her adoptive parents' tendency to wrongly assume the worst to an unsuspecting college student who would later go on to be a songwriter.
    • In the last parts of the song, the lyrics must mention the songwriter's plan to write every last church in the state to pray for a vindication and clear-up of the messiest misunderstanding the songwriter has ever endured.

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