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Song Parodies -> "Donkey-Crat"

Original Song Title:

"Honky Cat"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Elton John

Parody Song Title:

"Donkey-Crat"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

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Joe, you looked bad, boy you blew it on screen,
Talkin' 'bout the country, video news stream.
Cookin' up an answer, back in '29,
Franklin got him TV rights, money's in a bind.

Where'd you get that Donkey-Crat?
Better check facts again dude.
Want to rid those ways, make those red states sway,
And ah (hmm hmm hmm hmm) (OH) the change is what'll do the feud.

Had some set backs, Donkey-Crat,
Levy itty-bitty cain't-a tax like that.
Joe was minin' that hard coal, oh yeah, never mind,
Dow's like flyin' so risky (OH) as they battle unkind.

Hell, they feed the crooks and we need a new regime,
They did migrate lately, out of New Orleans.
Now as the revoked homes fell, lending like a fool,
Then said O', cling to the Word and your shootin' tool.

Tryin' get back Donkey-Crat,
Better start burnin' the wood.
And that Mitt, no way, G-O-P said nay,
And ooo ooo ooo ooo (OH) McCain is gonna be their dude.

-----Instrumental Break-----

Will you get back Donkey-Crat?
Ever get outta the hood?
You can't quit the race, out those rednecks chase,
And ooo ooo ooo ooo (OH) the chains are gonna break for good.

We can't get that honky cat,
Better just beat him but good.
We must get our way, or there's hell to pay,
And ooo ooo ooo ooo (NO!) McCain ain't gonna run the hood.

We can't pay our homes, boy we're gonna lose the farm,
Votin' for Obama boy, let's get a brand new start!
But what can you say, with a fart like Joe,
Palin must stop, with her sweet "say so".

So best hit back, Donkey-Crat,
It's just a fact we're so screwed.
Help us find our way, to those good ol' days,
Ooo ooo ooo ooo (OH) McChange is go'n improve your mood.

You better at-tack, Donkey-Crat,
Losin' be a pity after all of that,
That guy's runnin' on old, now it's hammer time,
Don't be tryin' things risky, (NOOO!) just a matter of time.

At-tack Donkey-Crat,
Get that honky cat,
Get jacked, Woooooooooo!

At-tack Donkey-Crat,
Get that honky cat,
Get jacked, Woooooooooo!

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Pacing: 4.5
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 10

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Jason - October 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Good job. 555
alvin - October 13, 2008 - Report this comment
title of the day...and it lived up to the promise...especially liked "mccain ain't gonna run the hood"
AFW - October 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Very well done...
adagio - October 13, 2008 - Report this comment
This is a good one, Guy. Of course lives up to the subject going on. McChange will do us good. 5's
Invisible Boy - October 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Good job Guy. I loved the title sub as well. I don't think either candidate did a very good job with their VP picks.
Guy - October 14, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks everyone - I spared no one in this one but of course you can see how ambivalent it is. Go figure - one who did not comment did figure something out and hit me with the ones. Was it not Abe Lincoln who said you can fool some of the people some of the time but you can't fool the ones guy none of the time? This is a different ones person. This one has some sense but no guts to comment. I am actually glad to see those one votes because someone out there completely understood where I was coming from with this one. =;-)
John Jenkins - October 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Very well done, Guy, particularly the spoof of Biden's tribute to FDR for going on television in 1929 to solve the depression (before he was president and before television).
Guy - October 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks John - Joe "Biten" is "tributalionaly" challenged. He did not mine any hard coal either - Both of my grandfathers were coal miners as were my father and three of four of his brothers. I know coal mine and Joe needs to "Say it ain't so".
LadyCupCakes - October 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Fav line: "That guy's runnin' on old ". Every line is appropriate to the Presidential Race scene, Sir Guy. Congrats on a job that really " cooks these crooks "!
Guy - October 15, 2008 - Report this comment
M'Lady - Yes it is so that the man has many miles on him and that may not necessairly be a bad thing. I think we can learn from someone of high mileage if he uses his life experience wisely. The point I guess is that no one person can solve our massive problems and no one is flawless. I must cast my vote for the least crappiest candidate.

I'm peering at the debate as I type this and both sides seem to be holding their own. I am here sitting in my room clinging to my Bible and Remington 3030. I feel safe. It was what we did each night when I grew up in Pennsylvania.

I am flustered as I can find nothing about the crash of 1929 being televised nationally by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. I've searched the entire internet that Al Gore invented and I have come to the conclusion that you cannot believe what you read on the internet. Would you believe that they actually stated that someone named Herbert Hoover was the POTUS in 1929? I wish Biden would have invented the internet - then we would be getting the historical facts correctly and not such nonesense that some guy named Hoover was POTUS in 1929.

Thank you M'Lady for your kind commentary. Nice to see you back and cheering us whackos on.
joe - October 19, 2008 - Report this comment
yes, Herbert Hoover was President in 1929. FDR didn't become President until 1933 (he beat Hoover in the 1932 election). As for the parody, I have mixed views. But I ain't gonna vote 1 1 1 like some unknown Piss Ant did. I should vote 5 because it's well paced.
Guy - October 19, 2008 - Report this comment
OK Joe - whatever you say. That guy named Herbert Hoover was a bit before my time, did you know him well?

Joe - all kidding aside, I appreciate you being able to cross over and give this thing whatever credit based purely on its satirical value. And yes I am sarcastic by nature. Thanks.
joe. - October 20, 2008 - Report this comment
No, but I do know my presidential history.

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