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Song Parodies -> "Say Goodbye to Hollywood (Say Goodbye Madonna)"

Original Song Title:

"Say Goodbye to Hollywood (Say Goodbye My Baby)"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Billy Joel

Parody Song Title:

"Say Goodbye to Hollywood (Say Goodbye Madonna)"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

When Madonna kissed Britney, she kissed a better actress. And for those who don't remember, Sean Penn was the first Mr. Ciccone.
Sean Penn's driving to the city tonight
and he's just socked seven photographers.
He joins the critics of Bush's war machine.
It's a schene of political pornographers.
Say goodbye to Hollywood!
Say goodbye, Madonna!
Say goodbye to Hollywood!
Say goodbye, Madonna!

Warren Beatty made "Dick Tracy" a film
but it stunk, can't be saved by Pacino.
"Shanghai Surprise" producer's back to the wall
now we all see that this film sucks, we know.
Say goodbye to Hollywood!
Say goodbye, Madonna!
Say goodbye to Hollywood!
Say goodbye, Madonna!

"Swept Away" is a film she makes every time
she tries to stay much younger!
Whoa-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-ohhhh!
Say a word about "Truth Or Dare," we don't care!
For much better flicks we still hunger!
We hunger!

(saxophone break; Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh, a-whuh-uh-uh-uh-ohhhh!)

"Swept Away" is a film she makes every time
she tries to stay much younger!
Whoa-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-ohhhh!
Say a word about "Truth Or Dare," we don't care!
For much better flicks we still hunger!
We hunger!

So many movies in Madonna's lush life
some have now been made by hubby Guy Ritchie.
Life is a series of big hits and big flops.
She must stop before she gets too bitchy.
Say goodbye to Hollywood!
Say goodbye, Madonna!
Say goodbye to Hollywood!
Say goodbye, Madonna!

(saxophone close; Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh, a-whuh-uh-uh-uh-ohhhh!)

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pickle - December 15, 2003 - Report this comment
I always liked Ronnie Spector's version of the original, and it was her voice I was hearing in my mind as I read this. Especially the 'woah-oh-oh's! Why don't you have a go at the Jam's 'English Rose' (off their 'All Mod Cons' album) in honour of Madonna's attempts to make it as a children's writer with 'The English Roses'?
Michael Pacholek - December 15, 2003 - Report this comment
Don't know it. The Jam never made it here. I think they toured the U.S. once, but got paid peanuts. Of course, BJ wrote it in honor of Ronnie, just like he wrote "Uptown Girl" for Frankie & the Seasons, "Tell Her About It" for Dion, "Baby Grand" for (and with) Ray Charles, and "An Innocent Man" for the Drifters. And I'm not sure "Big Shot" wasn't written with Neil Young in mind.

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