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Song Parodies -> "Cheer up Tarik Aziz"

Original Song Title:

"Daydream Beleiver"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Monkees

Parody Song Title:

"Cheer up Tarik Aziz"

Parody Written by:

Gary Main

The Lyrics

This Song is based on the Assumption that Tarik Aziz provided information leading to Saddams Capture.
Thought he'd hide neath some things,
like an rodent burrowing.
Certain that his people would not sing.
Whoops old Saddam was surprised,
as they chained him hear him cry!
Maybe we can negotiate something!


Cheer up, Tarik Aziz.
Thanks for coming clean.
We captured your leader.
and he's, spilled all the beans.


He thought He was free,
and they'd call him back to lead.
Now you know how stupid he can be.
Oh his good time, has reached its end.
Not much money left to spend.
well Saddam Baby, Iraq has been freed!


Cheer up, Tarik Aziz.
Thanks for coming clean.
We captured your leader.
and he's, spilled all the beans.
Cheer up, Tarik Aziz.
Thanks for coming clean.
We captured your leader.
and he's, spilled all the beans.

[an instrumental interlude]

Cheer up, Tarik Aziz.
Thanks for coming clean.
We captured your leader.
and he's, spilled all the beans.
Gary Main12/25/2003All Rights reserved.

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Guy - December 25, 2003 - Report this comment
Gary - I think you may be not far off the mark on ol' Tarik, but I think he's been out of circulation too long to have known anything about Saddam's whereabouts at this late date. I'm sure ol' Tarik did not like what he had to do in later years being Saddam's mouthpiece but he was probably not given much choice in the matter. One of his son's who was given the name Saddam is no longer called that by his father who started calling him by another name as soon as Saddam was captured. His place in the card deck should speak for itself. If he was the deputy prime minister then why is he only the eight of spades and he did turn himself in right at the end of the invasion campaign.

I like this parody - well done and worthy. Nice work Gary and Merry Christmas.
David Chrenko - December 25, 2003 - Report this comment
Merry Christmas, Gary - This one earned ya five stocking-stuffers. Especially liked the chorus - the flow of the syllables fit like a warm glove. Most excellent.
Chemical Ali - December 25, 2003 - Report this comment
Tariq was effectively held hostage as his family was in Iraq. Anyway the Americans didn't capture Saddam. It was the Kurds.
Johnny D - December 25, 2003 - Report this comment
Tariq Aziz = Larry Tate from "Bewitched"
Gary Main - December 25, 2003 - Report this comment
thanks and Merry Christmas to everyone, this idea hit me last night, and i dropped everything scrambled to the computer to dash it down. i think further scrutiny may be required, but i like it. and I ran it through Corel Spell Check, and Grammatik, so there shouldnt be any complaints. gonna try to do some ratings right now probably no comments unless something hits me hard, but we know it will.. Cya
The Great Karlando - December 26, 2003 - Report this comment
I really like the title..made me laugh a lot. The only part of the original I know is the chorus, so I can't really vote fairly on it. But I really liked the title a lot.
Sharon - September 04, 2007 - Report this comment
Mr. Main does not appear to be acquainted with English grammar, spelling or syntax.

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