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Song Parodies -> "Boy Am I Ashamed!"

Original Song Title:

"Those Were The Days"

Original Performer:

Lee Adams and Charles Strouse

Parody Song Title:

"Boy Am I Ashamed!"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Archie Bunker's All In The Family theme needs a new look in today's world....
All the games Barack will play
Like taxin’ us to the grave
I’m looking for work these days
Boy, am I ashamed!

And all they do is spend and spend, they act like children but think they’re men
Mister we could use a man like Ronald Reagan again

All this talk of right wing hate, Limbaugh is so overweight
Gee, those Dems think they’re great
Boy, am I ashamed!

Barack doesn’t show content, nobody can pay their rent
Oh the Dow down it went, Boy am I ashamed!

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Michael Pacholek - May 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Now you know how we feel when one of your boys is in office. Turned out, Archie was the real meathead. The real dingbat, too.

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