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Song Parodies -> "France-y"

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Iggy Azalea

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The Lyrics

THis gu really likes being French, but it's hard to tell if he's actually French or not
Verse 1: First things first, I’m pretentious (pretentious)
Know that all the coolest people Frenches (yeah, we’re Frenches)
And to think otherwise is senseless
We the best around, think that’s the general consensus (right, right)
You should want a nation like this (huh?)
Croissants and Ménage à trois are so bliss (yeah!)
Forget Spain, forget Greece, forget Swiss
Don’t speak with tongue in cheek, unlike the way we kiss (how we kiss)
Stinkin’ bad eight weeks straight, never take baths (never)
Win wars like we bringin’ ’45 back (what?!)
Curl those hairs in, that’s a mustache!
Champagne sippin’, you should taste that

Chorus: I’m so France-y
Don’t you ask cuz Oui!
I’m in the fast rue
From Paris to Normandy
I’m so France-y
Have you tried our toast?
The food here is great
So we boast

Verse 2: I put mustard on breakfast
The label says “French’s”
Can’t stand pretenders, who perfume their stenches
Let’s bet on the roulette, and crunch on a baguette
Actin’ all rude or just puff on a cigarette
We have great class with such ease
My mustache makin’ me sneeze
Can you hear love in the air? So much Ménage à trois in that chair
We all ride bikes got no keys
Each meal is wine and rank cheese
And I hate that man that won so much fame
The one that’s missing testes
Now tell me who that? Who that?
That do that? Do that?
Got those yellow bracelets on, looks just like goose fat, goose fat
Do you smell I-C-K-Y, lets gals pit hair grow
I been workin’, I’m up in here with some choice merlot

Chours: I’m so France-y
Check out my beret!
And our food’s so great
From foie gras to crème brûlée
I’m so France-y
I eat escargot
Just go have a taste

Bridge: Stay at hostels
Let’s get crepes at the brunch buffet
Get macarons
Tastes so good, it must be meringue
Yeah, keep on saying we smell
America’s smoking, you’re high as Eiffel
French look good in pastels
Millet, Moliere, our artists are swell

Verse 3: Still stunned, have déjà vu?
Got the whole world lovin’, Pepé Le Pew
French girls, young Jack, will paint you
Look at’em, I bet you wishing you could paint too
Chandelier’s the way we light it up
Vanilla so good, wishin’ you could buy it up
Gonna print our money
Burnin’ euros, and bringin’ back the franc like

Chorus: I’m so France-y
Yes we smell like feet
Good food’s all we’ve got
Like fruit torts and crisp pommes frites
Come be France-y
Cuz we have such zest
Remember the name
France is best

Outro: Smell that, smell that I-C-K-Y
Smell that, smell that I-C-K-Y
Smell that, smell that I-C-K-Y
Sm-sm-Smell that, smell that I-C-K-Y
Smell that, smell that I-C-K-Y
Smell that, smell that I-C-K-Y
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Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 4.4
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 7

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Pierre - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Mean-spirited, lazy, crappy stereotype. The French live life better than you can ever hope to, slumdog.
Blayeman - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Look, this wasn't mean spirited at all. In the prologue I even said this guy isn't even French. So he's pretty much a moron spouting off stereotypes, that's the joke. I apologize if you were offended, but this is a parody. It's farce. As so someone who claims to really respect French culture, you should know what farce is. Look it up. It's the internet, learn to take a joke.
Viva La France - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
This stereotypical, immoral and outrageous parody deserves to chucked into the litter bin of cultural hatred. It is odious. Who's your next target? The Irish?
Miss Liberty - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
As the writer, you are the moron here!!!
Matthias - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
I wonder if all if these commentators go to Weird Al concerts and protest against Genius In France. I saw this for what it is and really enjoyed it.
Blaydeman - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Again I'll say, this is a farce. But since it seems like you don't know what that is, I'll define it for you. Farce (n.)- a comic dramatic work using buffoonery and horseplay and typically including crude characterizations and ludicrously improbable situations. Farce is a highly respect and popular form of art and theatre. Entire textbooks have been written on farce alone. Try and educate yourself in the comedic arts before you call anyone anything, especially when they know more than you do.
PC Gal - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Some things aren't funny anymore in the 21st century. What's next, holocaust parodies? You are a caveman
Blaydeman - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Do you watch TV, see movies, or go to the theatre at all? Farce and satire are more popular today then they've ever been. I thought we lived in a day and age where people could laugh at themselves a little bit. Years ago censorship was a lot harsher than it is today. Now this kind of humor is everywhere now. You denying it as a style, dates you. You're the one living in the stone age, not me. Seriously, though. I encourage you to look up farce material. Maybe then you'll understand what's going on here. I'm sorry this is not your kind of humor, and I completely understand that, but it doesn't make me a caveman for recognizing this type of style.
Blaydeman - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Let me refer you to "Genius in France" by Weird Al
Hmmm... - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Let's see, one negative vote, but four protesters. Methinks someone is trying to make people think you have more enemies than you actually do. Anyway, I really enjoyed this and gave you top marks!
Patrick - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Sacre bleu! Je deteste tous que vous avez dit au sujet de la belle France. Mais, j'attends avec plaisir votre parodie des irlandais, ces laches, ces ivrognes!
Jeff Reuben - May 15, 2014 - Report this comment
This actually has some pretty clever lines. "Don’t speak with tongue in cheek, unlike the way we kiss" was my favorite.
bobpiecheese - May 29, 2014 - Report this comment
(ABC) Zut alors, tres magnifique! Absolutely brilliant parody, top-notch pacing, lots of clever lines (like the French kiss bit Jeff mentioned, the subtle Lance Armstrong jab, "you’re high as Eiffel")...I'm speechless. 555!
Agrimorfee - May 30, 2014 - Report this comment
Scare merde, some people can be trop sensitif! I got what this parody wad going for, and I giggled immensely. Tees amusante, cinq cinq cinq!
Abbott Skelding - June 01, 2014 - Report this comment
Very funny stuff, a lot of great lines and the pacing seemed to be pretty on par. Don't worry about all the "controversy" over this song. Do you think the Amish are holding grudges against Al (of the French against Al for that matter?) Keep up the good work!

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