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Song Parodies -> "Don't Steal That, Son"

Original Song Title:

"Still The One"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Orleans

Parody Song Title:

"Don't Steal That, Son"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

With all the gang activity what can I say. Maybe, just maybe the good Lord willin' and the reeks don't size this small seed planted here will reach out and save one or two.
Like Mar-ty's uncle in that play-pen,
Hard time he'll be doin' back in the future when.
You'll be bound to go, for a bunch of years,
Don't steal that, son you'll be whimpering out your rear.

Don't steal that gun, don't want a Glock through your head,
Stealin' son could turn you dead.
Think stealin's some fun, please don't steal that son.

You'll rot in that place ev-er-y day,
But you'd never saw it 'til you're put away.
Con men don't play, I just want you to know,
Deep in your pay dirt, you're wronged, this is so.

Don't steal that son, don't take, that's gaffe,
Stealin' son's for those nether haves.
Don't steal cash or guns; Don't you steal 'em son.

'Cause stealin' son don't make you strong.
Stealin' son, for when you take, it's wrong.
Just chill stealin' son, and don't steal not none.

Chained in your bunk soon getting old,
Your very own soul sold, It's on you.

Don't steal that son, or your cell mate's Dutch,
He'll chill you out; You'll need a crutch.
Don't be thinkin' son with a knife or gun.

You'll be the one who will scratch their itch,
Drillin' son it's your sex they'll switch.
They'll be havin' fun, and you'll still stay numb.

So don't steal not none, don't go that route,
Or you'll have lots to scream about.
So go have some fun, and leave still the gun.

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alvin - October 22, 2007 - Report this comment
especially like the dutch / crutch rhyme
Tommy Turtle - October 22, 2007 - Report this comment
This should be the theme song for the "Scared Straight" series. Steal these Fives.
stuart mcarthur - October 23, 2007 - Report this comment
yep, son, because if you fight the law, then the...law'll win!

great to see you back, Guy - I was wondering where you've been or if you were ever coming back - you should get Doritos back into the comps! - 555
Guy - October 23, 2007 - Report this comment
Thanks Alvin & TT & voter who did not leave comment. And thank you Stu. I'm glad to be back. You must have missed my Oct 8, 2007 parody of "Mash's suicide is painless" parody. http://www.amiright.com/parody/70s/mikealtmanlyricsandjohnnymandelmusic0.shtml If you read this parody and click on the link to my website you will know where I have been.
malcolm higgins - November 02, 2007 - Report this comment
scrolling back to your new works is like a trip down memory lane of wonderful songs... I missed you
Guy - November 05, 2007 - Report this comment
Thanks Malcolm. It is indeed nice to have heard so many times that I was missed. I'm glad to be back in the company of greatness that this site is so fully abundant of.

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