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Song Parodies -> "Fuzzy Math"

Original Song Title:

"Monster Mash"

Original Performer:

Bobby Pickett

Parody Song Title:

"Fuzzy Math"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Al Gore called the Bush tax cut "a risky tax scheme." Georgie Bush said of Al's numbers, "It's fuzzy math!" Considering his penchant for childish nicknames, I'm surprised he didn't care Gore "Fuzzy Wuzzy," the way his old man called him "Ozone Man." Well, over three million lost jobs and over $400 billion later, now we can see: Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't so fuzzy, was he? Maybe the '04 Democratic nominee should use Alice Kramden's line from "The Honeymooners," and say Bush's rich man's tax cut is "a crazy harebrained scheme!"
I was working on the budget last night
when my eyes beheld and eerie sight.
For a monster deficit began to rise
and suddenly, to my surprise

(It was the math.) It was the fuzzy math.
(The fuzzy math.) It took an evil path.
(It was the math.) And it drew people's wrath.
(It was the math.) It was the fuzzy math.

From the Oval Office in D.C. back east
to the defense contracts where wingnuts feast
the fools all came from their mortgaged abodes
to catch a jolt from Bush's tax codes.

(It was the math.) It was the fuzzy math.
(The fuzzy math.) It took an evil path.
(It was the math.) And it drew people's wrath.
(It was the math.) It was the fuzzy math.

Old Greenspan was having fun.
The Party had just begun.
The tax cut for the rich man
thanks to the 41's son.

The scene was John McLaughlin digging the sounds.
The Wall Street Journal boys were baying hounds.
The Hammer DeLay was about to arrive
with some House freshmen from 1995.

(They loved the math.) They loved the fuzzy math.
(The fuzzy math.) It took an evil path.
(It was the math.) And it drew people's wrath.
(It was the math.) It was the fuzzy math.

Out from his coffin came Albert Gore.
Seems he's not running in 2004.
But he opened the lid and shook his fist
and said, "This risky tax scheme, he just couldn't resist!"

(He loved the math.) He loved the fuzzy math.
(The fuzzy math.) It took an evil path.
(It was the math.) And it drew people's wrath.
(It was the math.) It was the fuzzy math.

Now, everything's ruined, we just talk to the hand
and the fuzzy math has bankrupted the land.
For you, the working, this math means, "Boo-hoo!"
When you're laid off from work, tell him, "Georgie, screw you!"

(You hate the math!) You hate the fuzzy math!
(The fuzzy math!) It took an evil path!
(You hate the math!) And it's drawing your wrath!
(You hate the math!) You hate the fuzzy math!

(Yeah! Math good!)

Easy, Georgie, you incompetent young boy!

(Yeah! Math good!)

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Guy - November 13, 2003 - Report this comment
Good quick filler song. Wish I could have pointed you for originality. I would have given you a better mark. You have done much better than this. It has the appearance of a hasty prep.

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