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Song Parodies -> "Ney"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Four Seasons

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Parody Written by:

POW (Parliament Of Whores)

The Lyrics

Ney, gaaaag!
That sphincterlick's a goner
Thief leaves, thief leaves, he's
A Jack Abramoff fawner
He licked Jackie's behind
He licked Tommy's behind
Ranking member, he is rank
Just one more whore

Whore and slime
No please don't stay
Slut is splitting from Congress
Thief leaves cuz he squeezed hand in the till
Hand in till

Puckered up his eat lips on h-i-i-i-i-i-i-nds
Nosed 'em for the money, Bob should do t-i-i-i-i-i-i-ime.

Ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, bum-he-sticks-head's a goner
Thief, thief, thief, thief, thief, Congressional conner
Cheap con, cheap con, cheap con Ney
Be gone, be gone, be gone Ney
Con job, con job, con job Ney
Cong job, Cong job, Cong job, nay

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Michael Pacholek - August 12, 2006 - Report this comment
Wickedly good parody about somebody equally wicked. Although, despite being the biggest Four Seasons fan on the site, I need to point out that the original was by Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs. Even if Frankie and the Boys did it better. (With his earlier group, the Gladiolas, Maurice also did the original "Little Darlin'," but the Diamonds did that one better too, a-oopa-oopa-oopa-oopa.)

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