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Song Parodies -> "Hit Man"

Original Song Title:

"Tin Man"

Original Performer:

America

Parody Song Title:

"Hit Man"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

Click HERE to hear "Tin Man" OS by America

Sometimes weight will bring a deal,
When penal scares some stiff and gabs backscene in jails.
Rat fink pricks with guest of state,
Attached will testify abate get sprung avails.

And OZ [1] never did do nothin' for the hit man,
Time he did it, did it with deadly cats.
The laws never was a reason for debriefing,
Or a topic to turn out a rat.

He's freeze believe you me,
As he slays their skinnies round, round, round, round
Smoked ass slain to rubble.
Grimmage going down, down, down, down
Soaked blood scenes means trouble.

And OZ never did mean nothing to the hit man,
Because there's nothin' can do never had.
And cause never gave him reason for no grieving,
'Cause he's caustic to bone he's that bad.

If squeeze is put on thee,
End of day he's spitting round, round, round, round
Beyond lame you're snuffered,
Limb-age breaking down, down, down, down
Dope! bloods scene you've suffered.

oooo oo-oo oo-oo oo-oo

So OZ never did teach nothin' to the hit man,
That he didn't, didn't already know.
And laws never made him treason to debriefing,
On the topics of those pay his owe.

He's freeze believe you me!

oo-oo-oo oo-oo oo-oo-oo oo-oo
La la-la la-la-la la la la la

------ FADE AWAY ------


[1] Oswald State Correctional Facility for details about OZ.

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MasonR - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
Great job switching words with the OS, had me laughing/groaning out loud! I sentence you to 555.
alvin - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
love the grim words set to this tinkly melody and the OZ reference fit perfectly
John Barry - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
Another hit, man.
Red Ant - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
Fits the OS to a tee, right down to the quadruple negative in the chorus. =) I see you are on a roll with the hit man parodies - maybe AC/DC's "Shoot To Thrill" could be next on the list of songs to knock off?
malcolm higgins - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
killed me
AFW - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
One hit...three votes of five...no errors
Carmine (2-LOUD) Boccotesta - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
HEY-E OVAH 'EAH, HUH? Lissen up ovah 'eah fo a minnid. Dis guyz wut dis parity iz aboud iz nun udder dan Rocco (Da Freeze) Murderolla. Hez kinuva mustache pete bud a real stan-up guy, He gotz pinched comin heavy ad da same time dat Rossi hit dat nun quide by axident an bein da stan-up guy dat he iz he bid da bullit an was a guest a da stade in OZ fo Rossi. Even doh hez knowed mosly as (Da Freeze) sum ov iz closest associats call him (Da Wizard) bud hez perferin ta be calt (Da Freeze). So now Rossi gives (Da Freeze) a substnshal taste ov iz acshun. Lottsa guyz wood be a strunzo in Freeze's plaze an wudda ratted out Rossi. OZ taut Freeze won ting an dat iz "Col tempo la foglia di gelso diventa seta". An Freeze iz az smooth az seta. Fer dohs uv yous dat doan know da Italian vanaculah id means "Time and patience change the mulberry leaf to satin.". Freeze will hit enybawdy enytime enyware for eny reesin or no reesin - he iz an eekwell oportoonidy hitman. So dats da story boud Rossi and Freeze. More ta cum as "Tunz" gits inspiraled ta rite aboud hiz upbringin an nolege aboud da waste managemend bidness on acound he foun oud aboud id true iz extented familia. 2-LOUD outta 'eah.
Dee Range - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
Hit Man keeps on rollin: Hides shiv in his colon: Rollin; rollin: slicin' up his colon. Thanks for putting the link up, I couldn't remember the OS very well. What alvin said, and RA...keep 'em comin...this is a great series
Invisible Boy - December 08, 2007 - Report this comment
These lyrics actually make more sense than the original ones. I have more respect for the hit-man who remains "freeze" than the 1st person character in the America version who remains "cheeze" Good Job !
Jeff Reuben - December 08, 2007 - Report this comment
Very well written, I enjoyed this one!
nally - February 25, 2008 - Report this comment
I just came across this one. I gotta say, you really did a good job here; I especially liked how you varied the main stanzas each time through. Nicely written.
Guy - February 26, 2008 - Report this comment
Oops - How did I miss thanking everyone on this one. A belated thanks to MasonR, Alvin, Sir John B, AFW, and of course as always my tribute to Don Boccotesta, (Please don't break my arm Don B. for the late tribute), Dee, Invisaboy and Jeff Reuben

Nally - Thanks for putting me wise to being remiss on my thanks. And it is pretty standard with me to vary the choruses in my parodies. It makes them more of a challenge to write and provides the reader with more entertainment. I've done an American Pie which is long enough on its own and even longer with each chorus varied, which I somehow managed to accomplish. It is called Binary Pi.

http://www.amiright.com/parody/70s/donmclean65.shtml

Check it out sometime. Thanks.
Johnny D - February 26, 2008 - Report this comment
555 for another clinic in the art of parody syllable-matching!
Guy - February 26, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, JD.
Mallory - February 27, 2008 - Report this comment
Expanding on nally's comment...it is especially great to vary the lyrics when the original song is repetitive, like this one is. Gives the parody more variety; I like that. 5/5/5 here, too.
Guy - February 28, 2008 - Report this comment
Thank you Mallory - Glad to make your acquaintance - Can't say that I have ever seen your name in the comments section of one of my parodies before and I appreciate your taking the time to write one. =;-)
Ferragamo - March 12, 2008 - Report this comment
I haven't been here in quite a while, but I just happened to take a look at this parody. As a few other commenters have said, it was very interesting to read, and it deserves a perfect 5-5-5 score.

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