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Song Parodies -> "Take His Blog and Scrub It"

Original Song Title:

"Take This Job and Shove It"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Johnny Paycheck

Parody Song Title:

"Take His Blog and Scrub It"

Parody Written by:

M. McCain

The Lyrics

This song is about a blog (if you don't know what a blog is, come closer so I can wallop you with my Cluebat). It is about Oliver Willis (oliverwillis.com) who is employed by the left-wing Media Matters For America, managed by David Brock and funded by cronies of George Soros. Oliver basically just apes whatever "kick" Brock or Howard Dean happen to be on at the moment. I have a blog (free4good.blogspot.com) and I don't mind getting feedback, unlike William "I Don't Allow Comments Because It Will Disrupt My Echo Chamber And Hurt My Widdle Feewings" Tong.
Chorus

Take his blog and scrub it
He just echoes David Brock
He's leanin' far left, lost all his reason
Now the righties mock
If he tells a lie he thinks it's OK
‘Cause the President's “such a crock”
Take his blog and scrub it
He just echoes David Brock


He's been hackin' for the lefties
It seems like fifty years
All those lies have made him loopy
Stoppin' up both his ears
An' he's smeared a lot of good ol' folks
That didn't see things his way
He'd give the shirt right off of his back
To prove that Brit Hume is gay


Repeat Chorus

(Ollie speaking)
“Well, *Jeff Jarvis, he's a regular dog”
“**Hewitt is a tool”
“***Reynolds is the linking master
Lord, he thinks he's cool”
“One of these days I'm gonna make it big
An' those bullies, they're gonna cry
‘Cause I can't wait to see their faces
When I leave them high n' dry”


Repeat Chorus

Take his blog and scrub it

*www.buzzmachine.com
**www.hughhewitt.com
***www.instapundit.com

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Royce Miller - March 15, 2005 - Report this comment
One of the most original titles I can think of, "Take this job and shove it"....and you did a good job with your parody.
M. McCain - March 15, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks, Royce.
M. McCain - March 15, 2005 - Report this comment
Oooooh, some 1s; I see I've touched a nerve with some folks, heh heh
Michael Pacholek - March 15, 2005 - Report this comment
Brit Hume isn't gay. Even if he was, what man would have him?
brit - March 16, 2005 - Report this comment
e tu, mp?
Michael Pacholek - March 19, 2005 - Report this comment
I used to like you, Brit. You were a good reporter for ABC. Then you decided to join a biased news organization. You'll notice I didn't mention that Brit's son Sandy Hume committed suicide, and the rumor is that he did so because he, not his father, would soon be "outed." But anybody who works for Rupert Murdoch's Goebbels descendant Faux News has forfeited the benefit of the doubt.
Donovan - March 29, 2005 - Report this comment
And where are your enabled comments for YOUR political parodies, eh, McCain? All bluster and no courage?

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