Making fun of music, one song at a time. Since the year 2000.
Check out the two amIright misheard lyrics books including one book devoted to misheard lyrics of the 1980s.
(Toggle Right Side Navigation)

amIright Events -> Description & Link

The Flavor-Flav alarm clock. Of course for $80 you could probably pay Flavor-Flav to give you a personal wake up every morning (since I doubt he's worked since 1990).

   Full story is at OrderLink. Article was posted on December 11 by ChuckyG

View the news index.

Related Song Parodies

No other parodies yet.
Suggest a Related Parody.

User Comments

Comments are subject to review, and can be removed by the administration of the site at any time and for any reason.

CF - December 13, 2003 - Report this comment
well he's still touring with public enemy and making records, so I guess he's working and making more money than you.
Quayle - December 13, 2003 - Report this comment
Quality, not quantity, CF. Public Enemy and rap music has brought in a bad element into our society. And their hatrad toward white people is not missed on the airways. Those that buy gangster rap CDs are no better than the messengers. Don't make an $80 mistake.
Fence Sitter - December 15, 2003 - Report this comment
Hey Quayle, you sound bitter. Not all "gangsta rap" is about hating white people. Rap music is not at fault for "a bad element in our society." People are responsible for their own actions. You can't blame tv, music and video games for murders, thefts and rapes. I don't agree with the content of most rap songs but I am not going to credit rap with the downfall of society. Is heavy metal responsible for Atheism, or Satanism? Is rock music responsible for all drug usage? Is R&B or Pop responsible for pregnancies? Think before you make such a generalized statement. Did you really want to say "Black people are responsible for the bad element"?
Quayle - December 15, 2003 - Report this comment
No I am not saying blacks are responsible. You need to hear my speech about "Murphy Brown" more carefully. It'll tell you something that their bitter producers didn't want you to hear. I don't blame television or the media for our woes. Just the messages they project.
muskabeatz - January 08, 2004 - Report this comment
flav killed it on muskabeatz last summer. check out his track on the muskabeatz cd.
rastamon - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Have any of u ever listened to PE? I suggest u listen before u speak Quayle. Public Enemy has always been critical of gansta rap. They speak about uplifting black people and breaking the patterns that have kept black people down like drugs, crime etc. People talk about what they know and for quite a few miniorties poverty and crime are a daily experience for them. It is part of their life.
kikewithanatitude - May 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Quayle:Public Enemy (+gangsta rap) has brought a bad element into our society? And their hatred towards white people is not missed on the airways. I find this a ridiculous statement and maybe even a racist one. Gangsta rap does give wrong impressions but Public Enemy has never done that. The fact that Public Enemy uses their freedom of speech and refuse to be the subservient and humble negro stereotype sounds to me as just. Is a black men that criticises white people a bad element to society?? I don't think so and i think that gets to the core what Chuck D and his 98 posse try to say, we're a free people and don't want no white folks to tell us what's good for us. Chuck: Don't worry be happy was our number one jam, Dammit if i said it slap me right here. I think he's right and you're wrong mr. Quayle.
Oreo - June 20, 2004 - Report this comment
I like PE and have many albums. But I think what Quayle is trying to say is that it is possible for PE's "pro-black" message to be interpreted as "anti-white". If you only listen to a few songs or lyrics, you certainly get that sense that white people are the enemy to blacks and are to blame for the problems that the black community is faced with. This is particularly relevant to lyrics from Fear of a Black Planet. We live in such a multi-faceted country that race alone is such a poor indicator of a person's character, personality or background. I'm glad to see Chuck D. promoting education to a degree in some recent commercials, but most will agree this is new territory for him. Here's a good article that addresses one view of what needs to be done (and what needs to be stopped) to promote racial equality.
shifty - June 20, 2004 - Report this comment
yeah, um...............I am guessing you have never actually listened to a public enemy album if you see it as gangster rap, and anti white.... or took some lyrics out of context.

The author of the parody has authorized comments, and wants YOUR feedback.


Disclaimer: makes no claims to the accuracy of the correct lyrics. All correct lyrics are copyrighted, does not claim ownership of the original lyrics.