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Song Parodies -> "Barbara Bush's Son"

Original Song Title:

"Mrs. Robinson"

Original Performer:

Simon and Garfunkel

Parody Song Title:

"Barbara Bush's Son"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

We heard you boo Barbara Bush's son,
Thesis isn't proven fact we know, (no, no, no)
The press dropped ease on your quotation,
Heaven's my! the things you go and say.
(Hey, hey, hey...hey, hey, hey)

We'd like to know a bit about that "other" Kerry style,
Don't need no help to burn, you burn yourself.
Now we found you dissin' up and saying things unwise,
Should have waited and made sure they hung the phone.

We heard you boo Herbert Bush's son,
Thesis isn't proven fact we know, (no, no, no)
The press dropped ease on your quotation,
Heaven's my! the things you go and say.
(Hey, hey, hey...hey, hey, hey)

Pride will befall social grace that's what your comment shows,
This is a free country now for Pete's sakes.
You don't even regret what you said there on the air,
Soon you'll fall, then you'll be hittin' those old skids.

Shame, shame on you Massachusetts son,
Thesis isn't proven fact we know, (no, no, no)
The press dropped ease on your quotation,
Heaven's my! the things you go and say.
(Hey, hey, hey...hey, hey, hey)

Why you dissin' dub-ya given every opportune?
You'll become the candidate we hate,
Do without it, pout about it,
Voters soon will choose,
Anyway we think you still will lose.

You thought they turned off the audio,
The nation heard you piss and moan off queue, (woo, woo, woo)
The press dropped ease on your quotation,
Heaven's my! the things you go and say.
(Hey, hey, hey...hey, hey, hey)

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Pacing: 3.3
How Funny: 3.3
Overall Rating: 3.3

Total Votes: 12

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Jack Wilson - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job, Guy!
Robert J. Pagliaro - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Nice job guy. President Kerry - an honest man for America. I do have to commend you guys on your sense of humor - The Priceless commercial was, ah, priceless. I'm kinda glad that Kerry is getting the right as worked up as we have been ever since Dubya stole the election. And, while I'm excited about how President Kerry will right the wrongs of this past administration, I have no doubt that you guys will pull out some other surprise - Bin Laden's head in October, perhaps? By the way, will Rudy replace Cheney before or after the convention?
Adam Zen B. - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Guy, great parody. I only wish you were on our side. I mean you couldn't say it would be a brain drain on Bush's side...very few brains there to drain. So come on over Guy.
Guy - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Robert - What do you mean by "You guys"? Don't blame me for how the world is today. I'm not a politician. I just call 'em like I see 'em. That blunder by Kerry deserved a parody. That is what I do, I write about topical events when I feel they deserve a parody and I can think up something to write. The fact that I don't care much for the man makes it even easier. In my opinion, Bush is the lesser of the two evils. Kerry didn't really sound all that presidential with that off queue remark.
Michael Pacholek - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
WHAT blunder by Kerry? Let me refresh your memory: When Bush, at a rally, saw NY Times reporter Adam Clymer and called him a post-minor-league posterior aperture (or words to that effect), did Cheney stand there and say, "Georgie, you idiot! That's an open microphone!" No, he said, "Oh yeah, big-time!" And Bush got away with it. But when Kerry calls Republicans "crooked, you know, lying," it's a "blunder"? It's the freakin' truth! And as that great liberal (though playing a treacherous right-winger at the time), Jack Nicholson, said, you can't handle the truth! This Massachusetts liberal ain't Mike Dukakis. It's John Kerry, and he is taking your boy down. Or do you actually think Georgie can win New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota and California? He may not win Ohio, Indiana, or Arizona! And he will lose Florida. Again. And he will lose the election. Again. Hyah! (Hey, Howard Dean, stop writing my comments!) No, Bush isn't the lesser of two evils. He and Cheney are the evil of two lessers.
Adagio - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Really good job, Guy. It actually shows me what Presidential material Kerry is not. That is important to me personally right now. 5's
guy - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Refresh my memory? What is to refresh since I don't have the foggiest idea who Adam Clymer is and the incident you are speaking of. Maybe you should post a source URL or something so that I may get this into my memory in the first place.

This is just a topical parody of something I thought was really funny. Why do some of you want to make this into something it really isn't? Maybe a comment about my parody, Michael, would have been in order rather than a comment about my comment. I will not entertain a political debate.
alvin rhodes - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
politics....schmolitics......funny ass parody, guy...5s
Guy - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks Alvin.
Angry, Write Mail - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Question: John Kerry or George Bush. Which one would Al Qaeda like to see be our President for the next four years? Answer: It's obvious - John Kerry hands down. Just look at today's election results in Spain. Chalk up one for Al Qaeda. You wanna bet we see them strike America right before our elections? Al Qaeda has declared war on America and her allies, and it has everything to do with a clash between Islamic extremism and western culture. As far as Al Quaeda is concerned, they want you dead if you fight them. They want you dead if you don't fight them. It's very clear that Al Qaeda believes they get a better playing field with John Kerry and a coalition of UN farces, than it does with George Bush, who will protect US interests without asking permission of fickle governments around the world who cower at the name Al Qaeda.
Johnny D - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Here's a hearty 555 for a well-written parody and for our Bill of Rights in action on !!
Johnny D - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
You know, people, at least here in America we can poke fun at the current administration and/or at any other politicians/candidates whenever we want - Vladimir Putin has been cracking down on that kind of thing in "democratic" Russia these days...
Rice Cube - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Hear hear, Johnny. I love being an American. But sometimes I wish a wacko like Nader or Perot would win to smack the Republicrats upside the head. Regardless, this was a fine parody, and while it is true that most politicians are inherently hypocritical, Kerry takes the cake.
Robert J. Pagliaro - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Guy, when I say "you guys" - I mean the Bush supporters, non-democrats, the anti-Kerrys - which you are one. I liked your parody, but Michael is right (as usual). It wasn't a blunder, he stood behind it and he's right. Kerry looks and sounds presidential. Bush can't even put a sentence together - but as long as he claims the democrats will raise taxes, waves the flag a few times and ends his comments with God Bless America - he perpetuates the snow job on the American people. Please explain to me (because I still don't get it) - why was Clinton impeached for consensual sex but Dub-Ya can get the support of nearly half of those who vote after starting an unnecessary war by lying about WMD's, have innocent people killed on both sides and spend $250 billion in the process? Give me the guy who lies about sex over the guy who lies about weapons of mass destruction any day.
Guy - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Robert - See my comment posted on March 14, 2004 4:25:54 PM. I am not entertaining political debate. Sorry.
Joe - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Guy, it wasn't you who posted yesterday at 4:25:54, it was alvin rhodes. Unless you signed your name incorrectly. If I'm not mistaken, you posted a comment at 4:17:35 PM yesterday.
Diva - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Speaking of Spain... My heart goes out to the victims and families of that tragedy.
I don't think Al Quaeda cares who manages this country, we are still a target of some madmen's regime They want all Americans dead, period.
9-11-02 was cooked up during the Clinton Administration, and served during the Bush Administration. Anyone care to argue that point. First of all, if we fight amoung ourselves, that pleases our enemies, because they feel they can divide us and therefore conquor us. The best we can do is stand together, no matter who is elected. Good parody, Guy!
Paul Robinson - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Guy - Good idea. I think we can all recognize the political climate is going to get hotter and nastier from here on out to Election Day (and maybe past that, depending on what happens THIS time). I don't think any of us are going to do any 180's in point of view on this, in fact I suspect positions will be hardening steadily throughout. Peace...
Rice Cube - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
It was '01, Diva...I remember it quite vividly even though I was a thousand miles away :-/ I do like your thought that we need to stand together and with respect to Guy, we should stop this debate. This was a fine parody, at least pace-wise, regardless of political leanings.
Diva - March 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Ooops... Rice, thanks for your correction. There is nothing wrong with a healthy debate. I don't agree with smear tactics, sometimes used by politicians. I think it makes us all look divided and underhanded , to the outside world.
Robert J. Pagliaro - March 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Guy, I apologize if I had anything to do with your withdrawl from political debate - I'll miss that. I've always enjoyed our discourse because - even though you're wrong - you always make a cogent, passionate and stimulating argument. I believe your ideology to be your own rather than the party line. (And I look forward to your future parodies on President Kerry.)
Robert - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Robert, I have too and I assure you this is not about you, my friend. I love any song of mine to be filled up with comments as much as the next guy. If everyone was as level headed and objective as you are about these subjects then I would engage in it. I may be going home but I'm leaving my bat and ball here so if y'all want to play on this field, please be my guest.
Jim Baker - June 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Kerry looks and sounds presidential? If he's the best the Dems have, then they have Nothing!
Michael Pacholek - June 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Well, the best the Dems have is Bill Clinton, but that darn 22nd Amendment got in the way. The point is, even if Kerry's not in our top ten, he's still better than the best the Republicans have. Which is too bad, because Jack Kemp isn't running.
Phil Alexander - September 03, 2004 - Report this comment
That is one damn good parody, Guy.

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