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Song Parodies -> "(Dennis) Miller"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Eric Clapton/ Derek and the Dominoes

Parody Song Title:

"(Dennis) Miller"

Parody Written by:

Jay W

The Lyrics

On an interview on CNBC, right before President Bush's state of the union address about a month or so ago Miller said " I can't wait to hear what he's gonna' say; he's such a great speaker."
What have you done you big, fat phony?
So Saturday Night was just a lie?
You've been gushing and babbling much too long.
Don't care about your stupid child.

Miller, you're talking to the trees.
Miller, I'm begging, Dennis please.
Miller, dumb-ass won't you please now step aside?

Your money give you consternation?
As an old man you're selling out,
Bunch of fools who put some stock in you,
To watch a Monday evening clown.


'Nuff of your arcane masturbation
I think you've finally gone insane.
Some will say the cause of this mistake:
Your hair's been sucked into your brain.



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Paul Robinson - March 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Jay W - Good stuff - Yeah, what DID happen to Dennis MIller, you know, the guy that USED to be clever and funny? I think he's been abducted and replaced by an incredibly obtuse simpleton. But your parody was as sharp as the point on "W"'s dunce cap. 5-5-5.
Polly - March 02, 2004 - Report this comment
He's a caricature of his former self, you're hitting it right on the head!!! 5x5x5
Jay W - March 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks guys, apprecaite your votes and comments.
John Jenkins - March 02, 2004 - Report this comment
I don't listen to Dennis Miller often, but I heard him last night and thought he was clever. If he did call George Bush a great speaker, however, I'll admit that that's a stretch. But, Jay, shouldn't there be a rhyme in your first and second verse?
Johnny D - March 02, 2004 - Report this comment
"Your hairís been sucked into your brain" made me actually laugh out loud! 555!
The Great Karlando - March 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Yeah I heard about that too. But I took it as sarcasm. I mean, come on, the guy lives of the stuff. That and obscure metaphors. But I still think he's got a sharp wit and is still clever.
Jay W - March 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks John and Johnny. Karlando, I appreciate your input and can see how some think he's still entertaining, but I saw the interview-- as hard as it might be to believe, he was serious. To me, the arcane stuff was funny (often hilarious) when it attacked those in power (in either party.) But the satirist must take an insightful position in relation to his subject--he can't lend real insight and kiss asses at the same time.
Melanie Lee - March 29, 2004 - Report this comment
Glad to know I'm not the only song parodist who's wondering what the blankety-blank-blank happened to Our Dennis. Check out my parody, "Dennis and the Right" (set to Elton John's "Bennie and the Jets"), and my website: An Open Letter to Dennis Miller Thanks for the laughs! 5-5-5!

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