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Song Parodies -> "Bad, Bad Andy Dick"

Original Song Title:

"Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Jim Croce

Parody Song Title:

"Bad, Bad Andy Dick"

Parody Written by:

Melanie Lee

The Lyrics

Did you hear about the knock-down, drag-out between comedians Jon Lovitz and Andy Dick? Andy had made some uncool comments toward Lovitz involving the late Phil Hartman, and Lovitz lost it. http://www.nypost.com/seven/07172007/gossip/pagesix/pagesix.htm
Well, the Laugh Fact’ry in LA
Is the baddest nightclub pick,
But if you go down there,
You’d better just beware
Of a man named Andy Dick.
Well, Andy looks for trouble.
You see, he drinks a lot, drugs, and smirks.
All the nightclub comics call him “Prince of Darkness”;
All the folks just call him “jerk”.

And he’s bad, bad Andy Dick:
Tells weird jokes that will make you sick,
Sicker than Andrew Clay,
And meaner than-a Simon Cow’ll.

Well, Andy, he’s a jokester
And he likes his risky quips
And he likes to wave his nasty tongue
In front of everybody’s lips.
He’s got a head of golden ringlets.
He’s got some Woody Allen specs.
He’s got a Baggie of snow in his pocket to blow.
He’s got some scrawny, scrawny pecs.

And he’s bad, bad Andy Dick:
Tells weird jokes that will make you sick,
Sicker than Andrew Clay,
And meaner than-a Simon Cow’ll.

Well, Wednesday at the Factory,
Andy’s getting blitzed,
And at the edge of the stage stood a man named Lovitz,
And, ooo, that man got pissed!
You see, Andy shot his mouth off,
And Lovitz reached his end,
And Andy Dick, he learned some lessons about joking
‘Bout the death of a murdered friend.

And he’s bad, bad Andy Dick:
Tells weird jokes that will make you sick,
Sicker than Andrew Clay,
And meaner than-a Simon Cow’ll.

Well, Jon Lovitz took to punching
And when they pulled them from the bar
Andy looked like a bruised tomato
With a couple of bleeding scars.

And he’s bad, bad Andy Dick:
Tells weird jokes that will make you sick,
Sicker than Andrew Clay,
And meaner than-a Simon Cow’ll.

And he’s bad, bad Andy Dick:
Tells weird jokes that will make you sick,
Sicker than Andrew Clay,
And meaner than-a Simon Cow’ll.

Yeah, he’s sicker than Andrew Clay,
And meaner than-a Simon Cow’ll.

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Arwen - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Not to condone violence or anything...but who could blame Lovitz for this one? Seriously...Andy Dick is one of the most annoying people on the planet...and to joke about Hartman's death AT ALL...well, he asked for it.
Dylan Baranski - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Excellent parody of the original song! 555 bruised tomatoes for you. I can't blame Lovitz either, Phil Hartman was cool. I remember him as Troy McClure & Lionel Hutz from The Simpsons.
renaldo - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Andy Dick (what an appropriate name) should read this! He couldn't carry Phil Hartmans lunchbox, or the stapled brown paper bag full of refuse in the SNL skit about the anal retentive chef that Phil played perfectly. 555
John Barry - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Nice job, but is anything worse than Simon Cowell?
Michael Pacholek - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Still trying to get used to the image of Jon Lovitz winning a fight... but I'm not surprised he could beat Andy Dick, and I don't blame him in the slightest. Reminds me of Bill Cosby's old joke, asking what's so great about cocaine? "Well, for one thing, it intensifies your personality." But, Cos asked, What if you're an @$$hole? Andy Dick answered that question. Now, you're probably wondering what I thought of the parody: It's great. I love a good Leroy Brown rework, and this reworks very well. Arwen: If Harry Potter does die, and Andy Dick tells you he killed him, assuming you can't finish him off yourself, I got your back!
Dylan Baranski - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Regarding Mike: I suppose Grandmaster Flash was right when he said "Don't Do It!"
Michael Pacholek - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
And J.J. Cale (and Eric Clapton) were wrong: She do lie, you will fry, then you die... cocaine!
Matthias - January 27, 2009 - Report this comment
The choruses got a bit repetitious, but this was still a pretty good parody. Andy Dick is a guy who doesn't get hit here on Amiright often enough, and he well deserves a good slugging.
Agrimorfee - January 28, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages2) I usually avoid celebrity stories like this one, so it was cool for me how you detailed it out. Like Matthias said, the chorus is repetitive here (most of the time it's needed, other times not...it's a often a question of artistic choice...)
tomario - February 03, 2009 - Report this comment
Andy Dick? no idea who he is. thanks for the link. nice work, though the choruses could have done with a bit of tweaking to keep them interesting.
Tim Hall - February 03, 2009 - Report this comment
The last name of the parody's subject says it all. Great parody, too!
bobpiecheese - February 07, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages2) Choruses could've used a bit of work, but it's all in a good cause: letting the world know that Andy Dick lives up to his last name. Seriously, why the hell would even THINK about joking about someone's death, let alone Phil Hartman's? Dude got what he deserved. 555 for you!
Arwen - February 10, 2009 - Report this comment
AGES...there are few people in Hollywood that gross me out more than Andy Dick...this is a well deserved rant...
Invisible Boy - February 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Nice slam of a guy who deserves it.
I notice that several have commented on the repeated choruses. I say that there is no rule one way or the other. In the case of this OS, though, since it repeats 5 1/2 times, you could have built momentum by using a different "punch-line" each time to keep the reader expectant.
Also, in the OS I know Kong and Dog don't really rhyme, but they sort-of sound the same. You might have tried a word that sounded closer to "Clay"
Anyway, great job!!!
Below Average Dave - February 11, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) I feel the same way IB does on repeated choruses--in some cases it can be a good thing to repeat the chorus and others not as much. The song was funny, the chorus did get kinda worn after a while but still 5 worthy, great parody.
Jeff Reuben - February 11, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) Ditto on the repeated choruses, and the rhyme scheme was lost in several places. Other than that, a good sendup of an annoying guy who deserves it.
Melanie Lee - March 15, 2016 - Report this comment
Revisiting my work. I think it's possible that Andy Dick meant to say, "I put the SNL curse on you; you're the next one to die," but he had a slip of the tongue because he was thinking of Phil Hartman--his co-star from NewsRadio and his friend--and Dick said, "...the Phil Hartman curse" instead.

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