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Song Parodies -> "American Deviant"

Original Song Title:

"American Idiot"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"American Deviant"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

The original song speaks of a world that is merely polluted by mental laziness. That is a surface condition, one readily repaired by a desire for change, time and effort. If one strips off the *pretty* paper and tinsel of the preprogrammed package, the remainders are far less appetizing. The reworked 'parody' speaks of those - and no, it cannot be fixed. Not by law, nor by precept, nor even by good example. The sociopathic reign of darkness is coming, and the only thing that will stop it is the unrelenting destruction of those practicing it. But for a while, there will be but one person, cloned endlessly in myriad perfection; one will, perfected in complete conformity; one emotion, a hatred for all that is different; and one goal, that of destruction of all that is not as it is in all possible ways.
I've been labeled an American Deviant,
Subject to society's stirred-up mania
Social-coded looks incite hysteria,
The spirit-mad murderous America.

Welcome to resurected tension
Curse-coded an alien nation,
Useless Feeders never will be 'Okay'. (1)
Televised raids show tomorrow,
Against the wall, gunshots will follow, (2)
There's no one left to argue.

I'm called the asocial America,
Hunted by the lethal public agenda,
Eugenicide needs no propaganda,
Just raise the mass's herd-instinct paranoia.

Welcome to barbed-wire detention,
The final solution's donation,
Only our total erasure will be 'Okay'.
Extinguished dreams of tomorrow,
Our lives pure unrelenting sorrow
There's no one left to argue.

I'm labeled an American Deviant,
Black triangle applied by the media (3)
Manipulated deadly hysteria,
It's hunting down Different America.

Welcome to nonexistent dissension, (4)
All across the one-soul'd nation,
Where everything is said to be 'Okay'.
Television rules today and tomorrow,
It speaks of that which we must follow.
There's no one left to argue.
1) Useless Feeders - what the Nazis (and many people today) call the handicapped and those 'less functional in the social realm'. 2) The choice of the truly righteous, those who are justifiably enraged by the temerity of those evils who would pollute the presence of the pure by continuing to exist. Such rage is best expressed personally, and sufficiently close that the killer can smell the fear of his victim. 3) The Nazi Label for those deemed 'Asocial'. I'm not sure what the current symbol or symbols are. 4) All totalitarian regimes - and especially those leading them - desire to be treated as 'The God', and the best evidence of this is worship evidenced by complete and unrelenting conformity to the master's will. Done correctly, this means a group of people, no matter how large, becomes a single organism - one body, one mind, one soul, and one spirit, all of them mere outgrowths of the master's will. No, not the Borg, nor Orwell's 1984. This goes a *lot* further.

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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Below Average Dave - March 17, 2008 - Report this comment
This parody is extremely deep, and I generally agree with the message--paranoia is the rule of America of late. . .so even though on a reality scale, a 5 for funny was far from true--I gave it a 5 for 'pricinple' instead of funny, and it earned the pacing and overall marks of 5
dennis - March 22, 2008 - Report this comment
thank you for commenting. I just extrapolated what I commonly experience while using history for a guide.

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