Weird Al Yankovic did a parody of this called "My Bologna." It was the song that kickstarted his career in song parody, and his first single.
Al (before he was "weird") recorded a few song parodies as a high school student, including a takeoff on "You Don't Bring Me Flowers
" called "You Don't Take Your Showers." He sent some to the popular syndicated radio host Dr. Demento, who wrote back, informing Al that he had potential.
This potential was realized when Yankovic was a 19-year-old student at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where he was studying architecture. He was a DJ on the school radio station, where "My Sharona" was the most-requested song. Many of Al's parodies had to do with food, so he wrote one called "My Balogna" and recorded it in the bathroom across the hall from the station. He sent it to Dr. Demento, who played it on his show to wide acclaim, making #1 on his "Funny Five" countdown for two weeks.
When The Knack played a show at the college, Al went backstage and introduced himself as the man behind "My Balogna." As Al tells it, Doug Fieger said he loved the song and introduced him to the vice president of The Knack's label, Capitol Records, who was standing nearby. The Capitol exec signed Al to a deal to release the single, which they did, but with minimal effort: instead of re-recording the song they just issued Al's bathroom version (in mono) and gave it little promotion. That was the end of Al's association with Capitol, but he had success on other labels with "I Love Rocky Road" and "Ricky," and hit paydirt with his Michael Jackson parody, "Eat It
"My Balogna" wasn't the only parody of this Knack song. Others include "Ayatollah" by the radio personality Steve Dahl, and "Babylona" by the parody band ApologetiX.