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Song Parodies -> "Stupidcatalepticfratdicklexiconatrocious"

Original Song Title:

"Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"

Original Performer:

Mary Poppins Soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"Stupidcatalepticfratdicklexiconatrocious"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Stupidcatalepticfratdicklexiconatrocious

"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.
"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.
He's

Stupidcatalepticfratdicklexiconatrocious.
List'ning to the sound of this
Cracker gives you neurosis.
Ev'ry time he opens his mouth,
What comes out revolts us.

Stupidcattleshaggingrednecklexiconatrocious.
"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.
"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.

"I've always been afraid to speak.
When I was just a lad
My father, a lame, high-pitched geek,
Told me I sounded bad,
'Cause I botched nearly every word
And I talked through my nose."

The biggest dunce we've ever heard.
There's nothing that he knows.

Stupidcatalepticfratdicklexiconatrocious.
List'ning to the sound of this
Cracker gives you neurosis.
Ev'ry time he opens his mouth,
What comes out revolts us.
"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.
"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.

He's f*cked up all around the word
And all goodwill he's spent.
He opens his mouth, and folks say:
"This is the president?!"

This Dbag and his brothers,
A corrupted dynasty.
But Jeb and Neil at least can speakó
Know a Y from a T.

Stupidcattleshaggingrednecklexiconatrocious.
List'ning to the sound of this
Cracker gives you neurosis.
Ev'ry time he opens his mouth,
What comes out revolts us.
"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.
"Um, er, uh, er, duh." Little to say.

We wish someone'd cut out his tongue;
He could no longer say
A wrong, mispronounced word
Or put it on the veep's display,
For which he'd used it carnally
To give his Dick some life.

Although he's never used it once
On his frustrated wife.




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Pacing: 3.0
How Funny: 1.0
Overall Rating: 1.0

Total Votes: 1

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Jenna - June 29, 2004 - Report this comment
The um er part is really hard to follow, and the accents stresses really interrupt the flow. And there's nothing really creative about the way you talk about how stupid he is.
Michael Moore - June 29, 2004 - Report this comment
I give it a vote of 5,5,5.
EmiLoca - June 29, 2004 - Report this comment
I think Jenna was trying to say that the layout of the song was a little patchy here and there. For the most part, good job, with only a few pacing mistakes. 4-5-4
Jenna - June 29, 2004 - Report this comment
Oops, sorry, yeah like EmiLoca said.
John Barry - June 29, 2004 - Report this comment
The emphasis is meant to be on the lingual and lexical--not the intellectual--aspects of the content, which I think is pretty clear. In any case two superbparodiesof thissongwererecentlyposted, one by spaff.com and one by Kristof Robertson.
John Barry - June 29, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey, Jenna. I posted my riposte before I saw your second message (they must have gone out nearly simultaneously. So disregard my first message, but do check out the two I mentioned. If you haven't already.
Kristof Robertson - June 30, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey John, this was pretty good! I give it 444 for the following reasons: Although syllable-for-syllable the pacing was fine, the stresses on some syllables made it harder to sing (as I think Emi said). Also I find with "Super..." if you lay it out in long sentences with the rhymes at the end, it's easier to follow...just my opinion. I tend to steer away from parodies on US politics or politicians, but this intrigued me...and a very cool title! But in the end, as an Aussie living in UK, I probably missed the subtlety of some of your quips. Oh, thanks for the plug, mate...you shouldn't have! :-)

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