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Patsy Cline

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The Lyrics

She relies way too much on Huma.
She's lazy
Can’t work on the weekends, it’s true.

Her thought
I’ll always get just what I’ve wanted.
And there’s no way
I won’t just be gifted this job.

Why would I do that? You Flunky!
Somebody go get my shoe

For thinking that Obama holds you
He’s crazy
For tryin’ to get you, by lyin’
Into voting for some one new

My handlers said I couldn’t lose this
I’m crazy and cryin’ and screaming “I’ll fry them”
And I’m crazy for trusting you

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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 13

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Foretold - November 17, 2016 - Report this comment
Speak of the devil, listen to this warning from 1965 and add vote for Hillary to it:
Callmelennie - November 17, 2016 - Report this comment
Dont know if she was lazy or incapacitated. It may be that her bout with ultra acute pneumonia on 9/11 that hit her so hard that they had to toss her like a stack of firewood into her Hillary Scooby Van took a lot out of her .... even though she mostly recovered from it in 90 minutes after treatment in that state of the art Pulmonary ICU in her daughter's apartment (miraculous!!)
John Lomain - November 17, 2016 - Report this comment
Well written. Wonder how much of the popular vote Hillary will win by, it keeps increasing. Just wasn't widespread enough for it to translate into the electoral vote
If I may - November 17, 2016 - Report this comment
Mr. Lomain, could you just drop the popular vote nonsense already as it has been 9 days since the election? Only the electoral vote counts and each candidate was trying for 270. Trump not only reached 292 (winning 30 states to her 20) but converted three blue states to red, and also kept Congress in Republican hands. This is a total defeat of Hillary Clinton and rejection of the Democratic Party by American voters. Whining about it here daily will avail nothing. Move on or move to another country if you don't like Trump as President come January 20th.
John Lomain - November 17, 2016 - Report this comment
Oh well, the popular vote shows that a lot more voted for Hillary, so I don't see how it's a total rejection as you say. With congress, yes. Maybe it will go by popular vote in the future, who knows. I read that if enough states approve then in the future the electors will go by the popular vote and ignore the electoral vote. I don't even write parodies about the election anymore, I just comment when others do and have my say. I have every right to do that
Onslaught - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
About the popular vote "10,000,000 flys can't all be wrong... Eat s***?"
Wake up Johnny - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
The Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution provides the procedure by which the President and Vice President are elected, which is through the Electoral College, so the national popular vote does not determine the outcome of the United States presidential election.
John Q. Public - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
^^ well said Onslaught! Poor John can join sniveling Lady Gaga and all the other sore losers protesting in the streets. There will be no reversal of the Trump win. We don't live in a pure democracy, but a constitutional republic. We have voting rules. Trump won. Get over it already.
John Lomain - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
As I have said before, I don't protest. It will still be interesting to see if it will change though. As it is several states have already wanted to do this, just look up National Popular Vote Movement. It's not enough yet but it could be before long. Republicans are such sore winners. I know some Democrats are sore losers, but most aren't (and neither are the Independents, which is what I'm registered as). That doesn't mean I can't complain a little on a website. Honestly, anonymous people
Onslaught - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
Sore winners? So we should just be gracious, say along the lines of something like "We Won" a very popular quote by your hero Barack Hussein Obama? Or or or I know let's get together a piece of legislation that will effect 100% of the population and ram it down your throats with only Republican votes needed or wanted? Is that the kind of good sportsmanship you're looking for? Ok ok ok ok how about this? How about when the next Democrat is elected, the then president goes on a sour grapes world tour and slanders your guy... gal... whatever to all the other world leader? Spit it out snowflake, just which example of liberal good fellowship should we aspire to? Better make it quick we got a riot to start, don'cha know.
Moving forward - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
Onslaught, easy there, don't wanna make crybaby John get upset. You know how these liberal men are. Too filled up with estrogen to be real men and vote conservative. Today is his tenth day of being a... well, you know.
John Lomain - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
My last comment here. The "sore winners" I mean are the cowards who hide behind fake names who keep attacking me unnecessarily. I say my opinion and they can't take it so they attack me for saying my opinion. As an Independent, I've been known to vote Democrat and Republican depending on the election. I would say more about my opinion but you know how I feel and you'd just keep attacking me anyway, so goodbye. Jerks like you don't belong on this site, which is supposed to be about freely writing and expressing opinions in comments without constantly being harassed and attacked by those who disagree.
Not Jerks - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
John, this comments section is for comments about the author's parody, not a substitute for a psychiatrist! Your constant moaning about Hillary losing adds nothing to this conversation. Victory is won legally through electoral votes, not the popular vote. So by complaining of unfairness, you at first look stupid. By saying you want to change the rules, you look like a vindictive poor sport. And saying you are an independent doesn't help. Historically, your kind only steals votes from the two prime parties in elections. Choose a side, pal. Btw, you may not be physically protesting in the streets, but you ARE protesting here! We are not jerks for reminding you! Thank you, have a great day.
John Lomain - November 18, 2016 - Report this comment
Ok, this really is my last comment here and I WILL NOT look at this parody again: A lot of people (and states as shown by the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact which indeed may eventually take effect) feel the current system is unfair and should be changed. I'm actually neutral on it, just saying that it would be interesting if it happened. Sometimes the electoral vote lets us down. Look at George W Bush, the first time he won was because of that. Many feel it let us down this time. And Independents are the ones who decide the election, assuming voting is equal on both sides. All the advertising is not just to get out the Democrat or Republican base, it's to influence and convince the Independents who's better. The candidates want to get the important Independent vote which usually makes the difference as to who wins.

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