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Song Parodies -> "Take This Site and Shove It"

Original Song Title:

"Take This Job and Shove It"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

David Allan Coe

Parody Song Title:

"Take This Site and Shove It"

Parody Written by:

SamuraiMaster

The Lyrics

Just a little note, this is NOT meant to be an attack parody whatsoever. Just a little fun parody, as usual.
[chorus]
Take this site and shove it
I'm not spoofing here no more
I've tried to fit here and
Continue spoofing here on Am-I-Right
Don't even think about trying to
Divert my way to the door
Take this site and shove it
I'm not spoofing here no more

I've been spoofing on this website
Of hoodlums for 'bout 3 years
All this time I've seen what I've written
Growing up on my fears
Wrote a lot of bad spoof writing
Everybody says it's gay
It'll take a load right off of my back
When I get the guts to say

[chorus]
Take this site and shove it
I'm not spoofing here no more
I've tried to fit here and
Continue spoofing here on Am-I-Right
Don't even think about trying to
Divert my way to the door
Take this site and shove it
I'm not spoofing here no more

Yeah Chucky is a regular S.O.B.
And the community here's a dud
Write yourself a brand new 5 star spoof song
I'll one it and say it's mud
Finally seen enough of this nonsense
And believe me, there's hell to pay
I wish I could see your faces
As I walk on in and say

[chorus]
Take this site and shove it
I'm not spoofing here no more
I've tried to fit here and
Continue spoofing here on Am-I-Right
Don't even think about trying to
Divert my way to the door
Take this site and shove it
I'm not spoofing here no more

Take this site and shove it......
..............Okay no I'm not going anywhere. You know me. I'll get an idea and just write it up. Like Wesley Willis. I hope ChuckyG doesn't hate me now....

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Voting Results

 
Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 10

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Old Man Ribber - August 31, 2011 - Report this comment
Sensei - WOW! You sure scared a lot of us. Glad you're just pulling our leg. ;D
SamuraiMaster - August 31, 2011 - Report this comment
Heh, well, I'm sure I'll be around for a few more years at least....
John Barry - August 31, 2011 - Report this comment
This parody is "shove"l-ready.
Patrick - August 31, 2011 - Report this comment
Let's hope were all around for a few years longer. Reading the latest entries is something I look forward to every day. Chuck is the greatest, he has certainly given me more than I could repay just by providing me an outlet and an audience.
Wendy Christopher - August 31, 2011 - Report this comment
I was scared - I'm glad you wrote those bits at the top and bottom, or I'd still be scared ;^) Liked the fact that it was so well done in the spirit of the OS.
Andria - August 31, 2011 - Report this comment
Great job... I too was shocked a bit by the title, but relieved by the footer and header. The parody was well-done, I always appreciate self-deprecating humor (if you ever meet me in real life, be prepared for me to be overly hard on myself and refer to myself as a "stupid ginger" despite making my long curly red hair look as conspicuous and striking as possible, among other things), and Chucky G is the best webmaster I have had the pleasure of knowing & working with. You deserve and get fives.
SamuraiMaster - August 31, 2011 - Report this comment
I'm surprised this got a lot of shocked reactions. I guess my job is done. *zooms into the air*
Tommy Turtle - September 03, 2011 - Report this comment
You have one totally-unshocked reaction. I wouldn't blame you a bit, and agree, except for the shot at CG, who is great. Won't vote because I DKTOS, and prefer varied choruses vs. repeating, as most of us long-timers do - it was drummed into me as a noob.

You're young and improving, but watching the site as a whole go downhill, including, but not limited to, endless repetitions of badly-paced parodies by an author who says openly that he doesn't care about pacing, and watching others heap praise on such non-parody, has been very, very sad. Thank you.
SamuraiMaster - September 03, 2011 - Report this comment
Wanted to alter the chorus up a bit, but to be honest, the way that DAC writes it is a bit weird, and I'm not too sure my chorus fits entirely too good here. But, whatever. Nice to see you, and nice to know I'm somewhat improving, and as for this site going downhill, what can we do? Just keep fighting.
Tommy Turtle - September 04, 2011 - Report this comment
I'l share a secret trick (No one else is allowed to read it! - or use it! lol):

Look at the end-rhyme of each line. That could be the last syllable (known in the poetry racket as "masculine rhyming" - moon/June/croon/spoon) or the next-to-last syllable ("feminine rhyming": bitter/quitter/sitter/hitter). Whatever. No need to memorize those terms, though they're useful.
("Major-General" rhymes on the *third*-from-end, which notches up the difficulty a good bit more. Which is one reason I've done 13 of them, plus one with a co-author: The more challenges you set for yourself, the better you get.)
In this OS, it's the last syllable: more/for/door.

Then, find rhymes for that in your head, or at rhymezone.com if necessary. That should inspire a new line that will fit while still rhyming throughout the (new) chorus.

Other than looking up TOS lyrics, composing the following was maybe five minutes or so, aside from the difference noted below. Probably not that quick for you to do these variations right now, but with practice, it gets easier. Just need to take the time and the creativity, and clearly, you have plenty of creativity.

OS lyrics by DAC, per web transcriptions, seem to be pretty close to the original by Johnny Paycheck (take-off on Johnny Cash, get it? ;), but given that most web lyrics are inaccurate, I'm not making a pacing complaint here, just noting the one-syllable difference between their first line of the following OS couplet and your version, so I had to write for both:

Theirs:
You better not try and stand in my way (10)
Cause I'm walkin', out the door

Yours:
Don't even think about trying to (9)
Divert my way to the door

ANY-way:

Take this site and shove it
Seems like writin's just a chore
No excitement left, and -
-- Look at the sleazy, nasty metaphors
Yeah, Left and Right cry; insultin' all day .... (could eliminate "cry" to go w/ your 9-syl line)
And there's trollin' here galore
Take this site and shove it
Site I'm starting to abhor
.....
'Cause the site's become a bore
....
'Cause the quality is poor ... etc.

Almost infinite possibilities!
Cheers,
TT

p.s.; "as for this site going downhill, what can we do?"

Boycott those who make no attempt to pace correctly, make no attempt to improve, and/or slam those who try to give constructive suggestions for improvement?
Patrick - September 06, 2011 - Report this comment
TT: Your comment ended up being almost a complete parody in itself. Original song is considered a classic of country music.
Porfle Popnecker - September 09, 2011 - Report this comment
Fun stuff.
Blaydeman - September 17, 2011 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Glad it was all in fun. I hope I'm not one of those new comers that's destroying the sanctitity of this wonderful website that Tommy Turtle mentioned. I love this place! I have definitly become a much better writer in all aspects since joining. Tahnk you to all that run Amiright.com. I love you guys! The parody was fun too.
Peter Andersson - September 18, 2011 - Report this comment
As weird an image surfing on the tailcoat of a turtle is I'll just say; "What TT said"! :-)
Abbott Skelding - September 18, 2011 - Report this comment
Nice work! I never heard the OS before, but it was really an interesting read that went well with the OS. Glad to see you're not going anywhere!
Matthias - September 22, 2011 - Report this comment
This parody kind of angered me until I read your heading and it said that you were just playing. An alright parody but I don't expect it to do good at all outside of Amiright (like if you were going to show this to your buddies or sing it at Karaoke night... It probably wouldn't go over that well).
SamuraiMaster - September 22, 2011 - Report this comment
@Matt: You're the first angered reaction. Now I know my job is done!
WCJ - September 26, 2011 - Report this comment
(SOTM) These are things that I personally would never say about this site or anyone associated with it, but since it was all in fun, and I do understand that, a 555 can still hold true here! :-)
Jeff Reuben - September 30, 2011 - Report this comment
The angry parody writer's anthem! Glad it's in fun :)
bobpiecheese - September 30, 2011 - Report this comment
(SOTM) A bit bland, IMO, mainly due to the repeated choruses. If this was a serious attack, I'd find this okay-ness a bit amusing, but as it's all in good fun, it's just a bit disappointing.

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