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Song Parodies -> "Take This Ticket And Stick It!"

Original Song Title:

"Take This Job And Shove It"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Johnny Paycheck

Parody Song Title:

"Take This Ticket And Stick It!"

Parody Written by:

Wild Child JIN

The Lyrics

How many of you like the way police work is being handled nowadays? I sure don't!! They are (to me) the #1 bigots against the mentally ill, I've ever seen. But that is off topic for this song, or is it? ;-)
Take this ticket and stick it
I ain’t paying no damn fine
I could name at least
A hundred good reasons
I ran that stop sign
Or even better ones for me
Passing clear across that double line
Take this ticket and stick it
I ain’t paying your damn fine.

I’ve had a real safe driving record
Now going on sixteen years
All the time I watched the D.U.I.’s
Driving with their cans of beer
And I’ve seen a lot of good drivers die
One by one just about everyday
So stick this ticket right up your a••
Now I got the guts to say

Take this ticket and stick it
I ain’t paying your damn fine
I could name at least
A hundred good reasons
I ran that stop sign
Or even better ones for me
Passing clear across, that double line
Take this ticket and stick it
I ain’t paying the damn fine.

Well your sergeant he’s a despicable pig
Your lieutenant is a di•k
Guess all of these damn speed traps
Must really do the trick
Any moment now I’ll blow my stack
And punch you right square in your face
And believe me when, I tell you
It sure wouldn't be off-base

Take this ticket and stick it
You ain’t dragging me to court
They should write you up
For how you do your job
And put you on report
I guess I could say that you think
Clocking cars is a spectator sport
You can take this ticket and stick it
You ain’t dragging me to court.

Take this ticket and stick it
I ain’t paying any damn fines.

Take this ticket and stick it….
Instead of tickets, how's about V's and C's instead? I'm not going to stick them anywhere but here on this page. LOL! ;-D

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Patrick - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Using police as revenue agents has cost them whatever respect they may have had. Dressing them up as ninjas and turning them loose to break down doors in the middle of the night doesn't help either. It attracts the wrong type into the profession. When the pensions run out, it will be interesting to see if they just walk away or turn feral.
Wild Child JIN - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Thank You for the vote and very nice and definitely true comment Patrick! As you can see, I don't have the title "Wild" Child JIN for nothing, and I'd say it's hands down, that some of my songs do get pretty WILD! LOL! ;-D Thanks Again!! :-)
MikeJ - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Nice parody but I marked you down a bit for verse 3. A little too in touch with your anger there, IMHO.....
Wild Child JIN - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
What does IMHO mean? If it's inappropriate, you don't have to tell me. ;-) Oh, and thanks for the comment/vote! :-)
Web-Stirs - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
IMHO.....In My Humble Opinion
Old Man Ribber - January 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Wild - Nice job! Tell 'em to "tick it"...up their butts! ;D
Wild Child JIN - January 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Web-Stirs - Thank You for looking up that definition for me. OMR - Thank You for the nice and as usual very funny comment you gave and also for your vote as well! :-) I really appreciate all these V's and C's I just wish it would occur a lot more often. -WJC- :-) :-) :-) :-)
Wild Child JIN - January 05, 2011 - Report this comment
WJC!! What's wrong with me! I can't spell today! I meant WCJ! :-o
Buckeye Starr - January 05, 2011 - Report this comment
A few years ago I was on Route 70 East going thru the tip (panhandle) of West Virginia. It takes about 38 minutes to pass thru it, from Ohio to Pennsylvania. You pass thru Wheeling and the WPD has a major cash cow with their speed trap. Those desk jockeys at the WPD are the real problem, not the cops. Still, I was pulled over after swerving leftward in a highway bend and I was "clocked" as going at 80 mph. You can't steer in a highway bend at THAT speed. The berms of the road were peppered with vehicles bearing Ohio and Pennsylvania (and other) licence plates. I got my first ticket in 7 years and the fine was hefty. If you drive around Wheeling you've been warned. Certain police depts. are trying to make up for lost revenue due to the sucky economy but this game is still ridiculous. Your parody says it all, it's really on-the-spot.
Wild Child JIN - January 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Buckeye Starr-I live in Ohio, and I know also that West Virginia police are very hard on people from Ohio. Who knows? Pretty soon, they might be black spray painting their own speed limit signs to change the numbers. :-o
Wild Child JIN - January 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Buckeye Starr-Oh, and Thank You for the comment/vote too! :-)

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