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Song Parodies -> "It's Not Refusable"

Original Song Title:

"It's not Unusual"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Tom Jones

Parody Song Title:

"It's Not Refusable"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

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The mob and the military are the two jobs in which offers or orders cannot be refused.

It's not refusable to be told to use a gun,
It's not refusable to shoot gun at guinea bums.
But when we see you hanging around with any scum,
It's not excusable and you may die.
Oh, you're goin' bye.

It's not refusable to take out a ball of slime,
We want to see you out and about and doin' crime.
If you should ever run you some luck on anyone,
It's not refusable you're havin' share some pay.
Get battered disobey,
You'll find them slappin' your behind.

(Short Instrumental Burst)

Love the job you do,
When we want you to.
You can't get lazy on our time.
It's not excusable to be had by anyone,
Don't act abusable or get mad with any gun.
'Cause if we find out that you've short changed the boss'es dime,
You won't be usable, we'll grind up all that there's left of you.

Oh-ah no-no-no-no


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Mike "the Finger" Pacholek - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Leave the gun. Take the fives.
Guy - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey Finga, wut about da cannolis? And tangu fer da 5's.
Carmine (2-LOUD Boccotesta - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
HEY E OVAH 'EAH HUH? I doan no 'bout dees new wiseguys dees daze. Youse cand even truss 'em ta getcha sum decent cannolis. Da bunyaones cud screw up a supe sangwitch. Yas gotta keep an eye on dem alla time or dey wine up screwin' da pooch. I miss da daze a da Mustache Petes. Dees guyz knew how ta run a mob. 2-LOUD OUTTA 'EAH.
Old Man Ribber - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
I have no recollection...of the last time you did a mob song! Godfather, I ask a favor...give me mora dis! ;D
AFW - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Yet another one of your great gangster epics..always entertaining
Guy - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Ribber - Yeah, the mob stuff has been overdue for some time now. Glad you enjoy reading them. I am sure there will be more on the way. And it is a fact of nature that wiseguys have memory problems. Thanks!

Farce - Your approval is noted and appreciated.
Bilbopooh - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
You made me an offer I can't refuse. 5s!
Don ChuckGeon - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Lexcellence in the 'wet' category of the verbal arts abounds... ya killed me!
Christie Marie M - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
(Singing): "It's not refusable...for taking 3 sets of 5's. It's not unusual...for mobsters committing crimes!"
theLazyDaisy - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
SirGuy, this is . . . . NOT reUsable, only good for play, just the Cowboy way, . . .. for sure Sir !
Andy P - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Well done. With the amount that you do, I presume that you really are a fan of gangster stuff (I know it doesn't have to be the case with a fave parody topic - I doubt that TT actually meddles with ewes). My fave is probably Carlito's Way.
Don Tartaruga - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Don Guido, it has been a long time since we have met. Know that I still have the highest respect for you and your Family, and that I have honored our truce and peace agreement with Don Carmine Boccatesta as we made here,:
http://www.amiright.com/parody/70s/billyjoel280.shtml
How is Don Boccatesta lately? I pray that his health issues have been resolved. Please know that you are welcome on my turt -- uh, surf -- at any time. Just let me know, and it will be arranged. You will be under my personal protection during your entire visit. ... and please accept these Fives as a token of my respect.
Guy - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Bil. Hey-e it's what we do. Thanks.

Don ChuckGeon - You sound familiar to me. I think I know your family. Thanks for paying your respects. We will not forget your kindness this day.

Andy - I grew up around the mob. I knew dozens of wiseguys. It was either become a cop, become a priest, join the military or be a wiseguy.

Hey Christi - That's not half bad. Your comment is non refusbale. Gratzi.

Lady of the wee cannolis - once again you make my day by gracing my page. I'm not really sure how cowboys and mobsters would work out. The cowboys would be back in the saddle again and the mobsters would be back in the battle again. Ciao Bella e gratzi.

Signore Don Tartaruga - Don Boccotesta is vastly improved since the last time we conversed. We wish to extend our appreiation for your concern. Our agreement has been time tested and I see no reason to do anything that may put the agreement on shakey ground. The business arrangement is a win win situation for both of our families.

Don B. is quite pleased with the charter between the two families and that is saying something. Don B is not the easiest person to please, but once you have done so you have a valued protector for life as long as you don't betray the Omerta. That goes without saying if you know what I mean. May our families friendshiip and congenial business agreement last for many generations. My mos respetful regards to you and your entire family. Ciao amico.
John Barry - July 15, 2010 - Report this comment
It's a .555 caliber.
Don Tartarsauce-a @ Andy P & Don Guido - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Andy P: Ewe are correct that TT's niche is strictly a fig leaf of his imagination, whereas we old-timers know very well that Guy has inside knowledge, as he told you. (Perhaps TT should do the ewe, so that his parodies, too, will have the same ring of authenticity? lol. )

Don Guido: It warms my heart to hear that Don B's health has improved so much, and even more to know that he is pleased with the charter. (And it made me LOL @ "betray the Omerta/goes without saying" -- what we logic geeks would call a tautology, but a very funny/punny one.:) ... I swear to you -- on the shells of my grandturtles -- that I will not be the first to break the peace that we have made. Ciao.
Guido - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Don Tartaruga - Don Boccotesta wants to know if you really put tartar sauce on your marinara. He also wishes to convey that he would never think of breaking the peace that we business men have established and enjoy. He is outside right now on the bocce court playing mora with Vinnie "two times" Rizutto and Joey "bag of donuts" Fazzoni. I guess the Don tired of Bocce. .

Just so you know (and keep this on the QT) Don B. is just fine as long as he stays on those meds. No more Soprano shenanigans we hope for him. Just watching the Sopranos can set him off, meds or no, so we hacked the cable's viewing guide so that everytime the Sopranos show up it reads Project Runway, we also have it set to play the latest episodes in the event that he hits that channel ny mistake . Just the site of Tim Gunn is enough for him to throw a brick through the high-res. So if he never sees the Sopranos up on the viewing guide he just thnks no one is running the syndicated re-runs and he avoids Project Runway like the plague.. I think the Soprano problem came from the early episodes where Tony kept seeing that lady shrink and Uncle Junior didn't help any either. Ciao .Don Tartaruga
Guy - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
JAB - Thanks for the gun, keep the cannolis.
Don T. - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Don G, the second name was just a silly play on Tartaruga; please assure Don B. that this "marine" creature knows his "marinara" (sailor's sauce").

What's the difference between pasta and fish? No one sleeps with the pasta.
Giudo - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Don T. Please beg my forgivness but please take it lightly - it was merely a bit of levity that was injected into the conversation. We would never allude to or assume that a great sea mariner as yourself would not be the resident expert on the subject of marinara. WIth all due respects.
Ann Hammond - July 19, 2010 - Report this comment
he he

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