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Song Parodies -> "Thirty-Two"

Original Song Title:

"Song Sung Blue"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Neil Diamond

Parody Song Title:

"Thirty-Two"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

No, not my age. That ship has sailed. It's Failyr Boi's approval rating: http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/04/24/bush.poll/index.html. Even "fair and balanced" Fox News has the bum at 33 percent: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,192468,00.html. If they can't find more than a third of the country still willing to support Third Reich From the Son, it begs the question: What are the remaining 32 or 33 percent thinking? By the way, in case you're wondering, Bill Clinton's lowest approval rating? 36, back in his first year, in late May 1993. At the height of his "scandals," he was in the high 60s, even if he was high in the Sixties.
Thirty-two.
Bush approval rating.
Thirty-two.
Georgie's chances fading.

Me and you
are subject to
his blues now and then.
But when the Blue States needed to show up
they stayed at home again.

Stayed at home again.

Thirty-two.
Looks like it's still falling.
Thirty-two.
Three more years, he's stalling.

Funny thing
that Bush's sting
gives us a cry in our voice.
But unless we get new Congress, to impeach
we simply got no choice.

(instrumental break)

Me and you
are subject to
his blues now and then.
But when the Blue States needed to show up
they stayed at home again.

Stayed at home again.

Thirty-two.
Looks like it's still falling.
Thirty-two.
Three more years, he's stalling.

Funny thing
that Bush's sting
gives us a cry in our voice.
But unless we get new Congress, to impeach
we simply got no choice.

Thirty-two.

Thirty-two.

Funny thing...
(fade out)
What are the remaining one-third or so of the country thinking? Huh? Huh? Huh? Tell me, Lurker! Enlighten me, Linda! Explain it, Sarcastic Paranoid!

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Rick C - April 26, 2006 - Report this comment
Well said, MP. 555
alvin rhodes - April 26, 2006 - Report this comment
tune in next weerk, when michael does "twenty-five to six to four"
Dee Range - April 26, 2006 - Report this comment
True as dirt...and alvin, lol!
Tommy Turtle - April 26, 2006 - Report this comment
I think Clinton's rating during the scandal was "69".... Inspired OS choice and switch. Had no idea of subject from home page, and that was a good way to leave it.... LOL upon finding out. 555
After alvin's idea, next one is Janis Ian: "Seventeen", then "They're Sixteen, His Ratings Fall, And He's Lyin'".

hey, that was actually pretty good... well, it's your niche, Michael, and you do it so well, have a freebie on TT.
Michael Pacholek - April 26, 2006 - Report this comment
Thank you, everyone. Alvin: Already used that song when he had "Approval Rating 34." I guess I'll have to rewrite Christina Aguilera's smutfest as "Thirrty" to describe Bush, who is truly obscene, not to mention an emperor who has no clothes. Or is it the clothes that have no emperor? Is that where the expression "empty suit" comes from? And why is it that, so often, "empty suits" are also "stuffed shirts"? Tommy: Didn't Alice Cooper also have "Eighteen"? I know there was a song titled "19," about the average age of America's Vietnam War casualties. And "It was twenty percent polled today..."
Larry Hensley - April 27, 2006 - Report this comment
We're gonna bash that turdy-point prez

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