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Song Parodies -> "(Id Outlet Fo') Fascist Factions"

Original Song Title:

"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

Original Performer:

Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"(Id Outlet Fo') Fascist Factions"

Parody Written by:

'n Old Dump Rat

The Lyrics

Id outlet fo' Nazi factions
Id outlet fo' Fascist actions
Arms raised high, arms raised high, way up high to the sky
Id outlet fo', id outlet fo'

I can't find much in my car except wackjobs on the radio
They're yelling, screeching 'bout war
Just clowns with douche disinformation
Boatloads of ire, aural masturbation
Id outlet fo' those wackos
Bray, bray, bray; nothing to say

Id outlet fo' racist factions
Id outlet fo' racist actions
Arms raised high, arms raised high, way up high to the sky
Id outlet fo', id outlet fo'

Then I'm watching my TV: a Klan man comes on to tell me
How white those sheets should be
Thug sees him as a fan; TV voice spoke
"It's a white Christian country"!
Id outlet fo' D. Duke 'ho's
KKK, having its day

Sick clown's friend o' Nazi factions
Sick clown bends fo' Nazi actions
Arms raised high, arms raised high, a huge "Heil"! for their guy
Id outlet fo':
"White not? Get, go"!

It's reviled around the world
We'll be, country's gripped by the vilest claque
Led by guy with a rug of squirr'l, in hell, we
Racist is the plump Naz', wastes time with tweets
On traitors and Nazis he is sweet
That's his base, so, so, so, so
Raise, raise, raise their arms and praise
Guy's racist, so, guy's fascist, so
This clown prez goes fo' Fascist actions, fo' racists actions, fo' Nazi factions

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Donald Stump - August 17, 2017 - Report this comment
I prefer statues of generals who won something! Losers fighting over a loser's landmark! Sad!
Equal Justice - August 17, 2017 - Report this comment
But then again Washington and Jefferson were occult Freemasons and slave owners. Pull their statues down. I'm offended. History doesn't matter anymore.
Louis Pastor - August 17, 2017 - Report this comment
^ Oh, no, Rob! Next thing you know they'll be tearing down statues of Benedict Arnold. Oh, the lost history! Sad!
Equal Justice - August 17, 2017 - Report this comment
Hiram Ulysses Grant was a drunk as well.
A. Lincoln - August 17, 2017 - Report this comment
^ Then I wish all my generals were drunks.
Dark Side of Lincoln - August 17, 2017 - Report this comment
Lighter Side of Lincoln - August 19, 2017 - Report this comment
Yes, we've heard it all before: Lincoln did not believe in racial equality; very few people did in those days, even including a lot of the abolitionists. All the same, he planned to free the slaves... the peaceful way... by buying them all out from their masters and shipping them back to Africa. Only the first part of his plan was ever much achieved, and that only in Washington D.C. Meanwhile, read the Constitution and the various Declarations of the Southern states, and you'll see that while the Northerners weren't all fighting in the war specifically to abolish slavery, the Southerners pretty much WERE all fighting in it to preserve slavery.

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