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Song Parodies -> "Man This Is Fun ( Slamming Odumba)"

Original Song Title:

"Band On The Run"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Paul Mc Cartney

Parody Song Title:

"Man This Is Fun ( Slamming Odumba)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes — and I see many of them in the audience here today — our sense of patriotism is particularly strong. well done clown....
hoping that this clown falls
voted out forever
he is just a no one
why's he say... what's new
dumba.. new dumba... newewew

if we get the bum outta there
that will be our resolve today
to repair the disparity
of the stuff he brings every day
if he ever gets out of there
if he ever gets out of there

well the pain exploded with a mighty gash,
to the E.R room you come
and the death squad says to the doctor in there
this medicare ain't fun..

man this is fun man this is fun
as the commie plan usurps the land
bankrupting everyone
so yes, man this is fun man this is fun
man this is fun, man this is fun

the odumbinator drew a heavy sigh
as the telescreen went dark
and he stuttered, stopped at the meeting in there
and I laughed like a lark
man this is fun man this is fun

man this is fun man this is fun
as the commie plan usurps the land
bankrupting everyone
so yes, man this is fun man this is fun
man this is fun, man this is fun

well the night was falling the financial world
it watched it's worth go down
and odumba taxes reaching everywhere
taking every cent he's found..

man this is fun man this is fun
and his trail we'll judge.. don't hold a grudge
we'll pay for ever more
but then, man this is fun
man this is fun





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Pacing: 3.5
How Funny: 2.8
Overall Rating: 2.8

Total Votes: 11

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Michael Pacholek - September 01, 2009 - Report this comment
So, Malcolm thinks September 1 is Memorial Day. Memorial Day is the last Monday in May. Little wonder that he doesn't know what the hell Communism is, or that Barack Obama doesn't believe in it!
Mr. 1's - September 01, 2009 - Report this comment
This is so NOT fun. If I could vote 0's on this rubish then by all means I would do so.
Captain Obvious - September 01, 2009 - Report this comment
You are obviously ignorant of the voting process. The pacing was dead-on, so a 0 or a 1 would not reflect an informed vote. You obviously did not think it funny, therefore a vote of 1 is acceptable. The overall rating would then fall somewhere between the two honest, factual votes. How are you at math?
rob - September 05, 2009 - Report this comment
the odumbanator - brilliant ! by the way, this is geat fun. too bad o-27000 more troops gets no critism from his sheep. they still cant be honest. hey, i was looking at a map of america, still cant find all 57 states . . . and how did the "bailout" work? it worked great for big businesses and anyone getting a kickback. odumbanator- i still am laughing.

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