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Song Parodies -> "Don Imus"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Charley Pride

Parody Song Title:

"Don Imus"

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The Lyrics

don imus was a radio shock jock on the cbs
he also was on tv show on
don imus yo ho 's
he said somethin really made him low
called rugers nappy headed hos hos hos

poor old don imus done lost his job
poor ol don imus he done lost his ranch
he never said sorry bout what he done
don imus you poor ol little hick

don imus was a shock jock never apologized
he mad a lot of his criticts hypnotized
don imus yo ho's
just stood there said nappy headed hos
he had a big bug up his nose nose nose
repeat chorus

and the one day a cbs exectiuve said imus youre fired
imus was even fired from msnbc
don imus yo hos
his klan membership he never would show
because of the nappy headed ho ho ho's
repeat chourus

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Pacing: 3.0
How Funny: 3.5
Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 2

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2Eagle - April 25, 2007 - Report this comment
I wonder what "nappy head" means anyway. I know that is the British word for diapers.

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