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Song Parodies -> "More Dreck from Bill"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Mess with Bill"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Marvelettes

Parody Song Title:

"More Dreck from Bill"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

In a spirit of bipartisanship a while ago, I wrote this and “This Olb Mann.” I plan to get into the new spirit of civility, but first I’m gonna clear the drecks of some uncivil stuff that's been kicking around in my queue.
His yap's open—oh sh!t. . .gonna tell ya dumb things.

A pest is Bill,
More dreck from Bill,
More dreck from Bill (says it every time)
A pest is Bill,

I don't think that the guy is just tellin' big lies,
Though he's in Faux News' corps.
It's just that the truth he doesn't recognize
Because his mind's a closed door.

Lives in a fake world that he makes up, up, up up.
An empty shill (blow-, blow-, blowhard),
He's a shill and a drone—
More dreck from Bill.
Keen is shrill when he drones,
Drones, empty shill.

Unlike Annie’s [Coulter] once Keith’s, Rush’s, Rachel’s [Maddow] din. . .
Laughin' all way to
The bank as they take their flocks in,
At least they know the truth.

He's in a fake world that he makes up, up, up up.
An empty shill (blow-, blow-, blowhard).
Say it no more times!
More dreck from Bill.
Wish he were a mime,
A pest is Bill.

Now it's just himself, he loves no one else—
To him nothing but "me."
With him it's spoken onanism, narcissism;
When he's on, he jerks off verbally.

He's in a fake world that he makes up, up, up up.
A pest is Bill (blow-, blow-, blowhard).
He's a shill and a drone,
A pest is Bill,
Keen is shrill when he drones,
Drones, empty shill,
It's the same tired old lines,
More dreck from Bill,
When he's bested, he whines,
A puss is Bill,
Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah,
Blow. . . fest from Bill.
He's a scam and a drone,
. . .smoke fest from Bill.
A low-rent Joe Pyne clone*,
Joe fest from Bill.


*Joe Pyne (December 22, 1924 – March 23, 1970) was an American radio and television talk show host, who pioneered the confrontational style in which the host advocates a viewpoint and argues with guests and audience members. In 1955, he lost the lower part of his left leg. Years later, in an interview with Paul Krassner [editor of "The Realist"], Pyne made disparaging remarks about Krassner's acne scars. Without missing a beat, Krassner asked Pyne if his wooden leg made it difficult for him to have sex with his wife, missing the opportunity to comment on Pine’s “woodie.”



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Old Man Ribber - January 25, 2011 - Report this comment
JAB - Fine job. Caution! You are about to enter the No Ones Zone! Ahh, Joe Pyne...a harsh voice of the past. Don't forget Morton Downey, Jr.! Zip it! Downey's only contribution was Jay Thomas's hilarious parody character of him (Jerry Gould) on Murphy Brown. ;D
TJC - January 25, 2011 - Report this comment
'Bill' works on so many levels!

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