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Song Parodies -> "Scream On"

Original Song Title:

"Dream On"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Aerosmith

Parody Song Title:

"Scream On"

Parody Written by:

The Comedian

The Lyrics

I like Howard Dean --- but that won't stop me from poking fun at him in a song parody --- just like Howard Dean, I plan to exercise my Freedom of Screech. Matt Boeckmann and T.J. Christensen already posted a parody (of "Dream On") with the title "Scream On" --- Please click here to read their parody titled "Scream On".
Howard Dean
took a look at the ratings

Grabbed a mike,
made a face, sweating, shaking

... his chance was goooo-one ...

It
went
by

Liiii-iiike
Buskers' yawns

His emphatic way
Scared the bloody snot where choosin' minds survey


(Ahhh---)
He knows
Nobody knows
Where ear-drums and hear-ing goes

He blows
A hurricane of wind
Nothin' to lose, he cro-owed loud and grinned


Gaffs an' gripes
in "Blue"--padded cages

Liv-id,
squirmed
some cool handsome rages

... he knows he's throu-u-u-u-uuuugh ...

All his flings
Come back to screw!


Fling it Dean!
Fling roarin' cheers!
Fling florid laughter --- fling mortal fear!

Fling it Dean!
Must roar today!
Raving too loud so, vo-cal cords will break 'n go 'waaay-hey-a-a-ay!


Well ---

Sting 'em, Dean!
Sting busted ears!
Blow every gasket --- John Kerry cheers!

Sting 'em Dean!
Gust more today!
Raving too loud so, vo-cal cords will break 'n go 'waaay-hey-a-a-ay!


Mmmmm-----

Scream on!
Scream on!
Scream on!
Scream until your face turns blue!

Scream on!
Scream on!
Scream on!
Scream until your state turns "Blue" !

Scream on!
Scream on!
Scream on!
Scream on!
SCREAM ON!
SCREAM ON!
SCREAM ON!
HOW-WAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRDDDD !!!!


Sling it Dean!
Sling roarin' cheers!
Sling morbid laughter --- bring Moore to tears!

Sling it Dean!
Just roar today!
Raving too loud so, vo-cal cords will break 'n go 'way!


Scream it Dean!
Scream, roar, and cheer!
Scream, chortle, laugh sir --- scream for a year!

Scream it Dean!
Bust out an' bray!
Primal-scream fellow, The Good Lord you'll deafen today!

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.8
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 10

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Stuart McArthur - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
hmm, here's another one of yours I don't understand, Johnny - I'm feeling a bit on the outer down here!
Johnny D - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Howard Dean was an American presidential candidate in our most-recent round of Democratic Party presidential primary elections. I liked him, but unfortunately the media latched onto a piece of video taken of Howard at a rally where he was shouting in a rough raspy voice to try to encourage his supporters, and where he let loose a loud "YEEEAAAHHHH!!!" Roger-Daltrey-esque scream. After that, the media pundits and the Republicans started spinning it as evidence that Howard was too unstable to be president ... and that pretty much did him in, politically, in the Democratic primaries.
Paul Robinson - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Yeah, straight-talking in a loud, emphatic manner...how "un-Presidential"...not the dignified Total Bullsh*t so much of the American Public seems to be so in love with, or the constant dissembling whilst dispensing fairy-tale lies...OOPS ~ ~ ~ I was going to try and tone done my partisanship...of course, I didn't mention anybody, so it's up the reader to determine just who I might be talking about...could be hypothetical...tossing you three loud, emphatic 5's here ~ ~ ~
Peter Andersson - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
I've heard of that but never heard it, until now, when I googled for it. It oughta be what's under one of the links on this page, right?:

http://www.polsci.wvu.edu/grad/swalker/fun_stuff.htm
alvin rhodes - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
passionate...5s
John Barry - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
You're gonna get fives in NH, and IA, and MI, and FL. . . .yeah!
Adagio - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
WUNDERFULL!!!!!!!! 5'S (just in case your eardrums are broken....lol)
Johnny D - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks, Stuart, Paul, Peter, alvin, JB, and Pat!
Scathe - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Another JD success.
Red Ant - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
These 5s are screamin' at you Johnny D.
Stray Pooch - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Johnny I'd like you to "meet up" with these fives . . .
MrMacphisto - July 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Good parody.... Dean is a good guy, but he's way too radical to be a successful presidential candidate. As much as I like some of his ideas, I know they'd never happen. I'm a bit worried about him being the new DNC chairman. I know the media spins a lot of the stuff he says, but still, I'm beginning to think the Democrats are fighting for a lost cause. They seem to make the mistake of assuming people vote according to policy. Americans generally vote according to image, not policy.
Johnny D - July 13, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks Scathe, Red Ant, Stray Pooch, and MrMacphisto.

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