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Song Parodies -> "Wiccan, Worked It Out"

Original Song Title:

"We Can Work It Out"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Wiccan, Worked It Out"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Seeing as how Chris Coons is almost certainly going to be elected U.S. Senator from Delaware, it seems unfair to keep piling on Christine O'Donnell. After all, she was unsuitable well before she made the admission that she'd briefly been a Wiccan in college. I'd have said "a witch," but, in a way, she's still one. But then, since when have right-wingers like her believed in fairness?
Try to see it her way?
She will have to keep on talking 'til she can't go on.
She won't see it my way.
She protests too much about the faith where she went wrong.

Wiccan, worked it out!
Wiccan, worked it out!

Think of what she's saying:
She has got it wrong, on the Amendment that is First!
Think of what it's saying:
She would have the right to have the faith she thinks is worst!

Wiccan, worked it out!
Wiccan, worked it out!

Chances growing short
and there's no ti-i-i-i-ime
for crazy-ass right-winger hens.

I have always thought
they sponsor cri-i-i-i-imes
of their fel-low Re-pub-li-cans.

Try to see it my way.
Did you see Scott Brown when he campaigned up in Salem?
Want to see it your way?
Can't you try forgiveness if you're really a Christian?

Wiccan, worked it out!
Wiccan, worked it out!

Chances growing short
and there's no ti-i-i-i-ime
for crazy-ass right-winger hens.

I have always thought
they sponsor cri-i-i-i-imes
of their fel-low Re-pub-li-cans.

Try to see it my way.
All this time has told that if you're right-wing, then you're wrong.
Want to see your way?
There's a chance that God will want a word with you 'ere long.

Wiccan, worked it out!
Wiccan, worked it out!

(instrumental close)
Disclaimer: The town I grew up in is called East Brunswick -- NOT Eastwick.

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Old Man Ribber - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
If Christine O'Donnell did not exist, it would be necessary to invent her. Still, we owe you one...you gave us Alan Grayson...hehehe. Still, a usual fine job, Michael. ;D
Paul Priore - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Homophobe!
Hu's On First - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Maybe someone could do a song about Dan Halloran in time for Halloween. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Halloran
Patrick - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Funny reworking of my favorite Fab-Four song. We'll see Tuesday if Christine was able to cast a spell on the voters.
Old Man Ribber - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Hu - I just checked into Halloran...wow! In California certainly, but not in NYC! ;D
John Jenkins - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
I attended a Capitol Steps concert on Saturday night. They did a great job of spoofing the left and the right (and the tea party). Their targeting of Christine O'Donnell was very well done, as was this parody, particularly the title.

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