I apologize for the popups. I hate popups. I couldn't get into this account for months and months, and so I will have to mess around and see why they changed my preferences. Grrrrrrr.
Well, this is it, my final update. The archive is pretty much going to stay like this, unless I get a submission (I will still accept submissions at email@example.com). I just ain't really cut out to be an archivist.
However, in an effort to go out with a bang, I present the following filks, bringing the total of the archive to 360. That ain't bad, for a bunch of ripped-off songs and poems. We also have some new authors: Spinney, pteropod, The X-Pig, X-Poet Lacey, and Emma (not to be confused with EmmaBee).
I have also removed most of the spoiler warnings -- all of them will go down as soon as I get around to it. The show's over, folks. If you don't know the ending now, you will soon enough.
Two Agents From the FBI by Special Pants filks "Three Little Maids From School" by Gilbert and Sullivan. Spesh really gets on a roll with the G&S stuff, as you will see.
I Am the Task Force Leader in the Search for Agent Mulder by Special Pants filks "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major General" from Pirates of Penzance. This is a really hard one, folks.
He is a Manly Man by Special Pants filks "He Is An Englishman" from H.M.S. Pinafore. Poor Doggett. Is his manliness in question?
I'm A Manly Cop by blackdubh filks "I'm A Lumberjack" from Monty Python. "Oh John, and I always thought you were so butch!"
Dangers In the Night by SHAH filks "Strangers in the Night" by Frank Sinatra. There really are some.
11:21 by The X-Pig filks "Walking On the Sun" by Smashmouth. I like this one -- it has great rhythm.
Battle Hymn of the Agents by Minor Shan filks "Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Julia Ward Howe. I just put this one up to make fun of Shannon.
Dana Scully Is An Agent by Skullhead filks "Joy To the World" by Three Dog Night. I love this one. "Joy to me, me me."
The Return of Mulder by Bryn filks "The Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor. It's an appropriate tune for this one.
Sidekick By Your Ass by Scooby filks "Heart of Glass" by Blondie. Sar-cas-tic.
The OBSSE Orthodoxy Blues by Squat filks traditional blues. Squat's blowin' the harmonica.
You're A Saint by Kris B. filks "You're A God" by Vertical Horizon. It's how we all feel.
They Might Be Crazy by EmmaBee filks "Cool As I Am" by Dar Williams. This one's sweet.
Nanchita's Snack Trays by SpicedRum filks "Save The Last Dance For Me" by Ben E. King. You had to be there for the snack trays.
An Eighth Season Ode to Agent Scully by RJ filks "Smile A Little Smile" by The Flying Machine. RJ does love his Scully.
The Accoutrement Song by Emma filks "Hold Me" by Savage Garden. I named this one. Accoutrement!
I'm Pregnant, I'm Pregnant, I'm Pregnant by Special Pants filks "Willow, Tit-Willow" from The Mikado. I have no idea what the tune is for this, but it's still funny.
The Hair From Hell by Skullhead filks "The First Noel." Skull expresses outrage over Scully hair. More filks on this subject follow.
A Diehard Scientist by Skullhead filks "A Cockeyed Optimist" from South Pacific. This one's good with the rhythm too.
What Child Is This? by pteropod filks "What Child Is This?" Pteropod speculates.
These Boots Are Made For Walkin' by Reade filks "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" by Nancy Sinatra. Reade's just expressing what I feel.
The Punkish Mulder-Man by Skullhead filks "La Belle Dame Sans Merci" by J. Keats. This one's neat. Points to Skull!
The Truth of the World by Bead filks "The Rose of the World" by W.B. Yeats. More romantic poetry. Kind of.
The X-Files Song by RJ filks "The Christmas Song" by Mel Torme. I like this Christmassy sort of song.
The Spookiest Show of the Year by RJ filks "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" by Eddie Pola/George Wyle. RJ likes the Christmas music.
I've Broken Your Spell by Sick-of-Abductions filks "I'm Under Your Spell" from the Buffy musicale. Ah, dissatisfaction.
The Obvious Child by Spinney filks "The Obvious Child" by Paul Simon. Shippery goodness.
Gloomy Sunday by Chish filks "Gloomy Sunday" by Rezso Seress. Ah, more dissatisfaction.
How the FOX Stole the X-Files by X-Poet Lacey filks "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" by Dr. Seuss. This is an oldie but goodie.
Wrong Scully Hair by Bryn filks "Lady In Red" by Chris de Burgh. Didn't I say there'd be more?
Thanks for reading! It's been fun, hasn't it?
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