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Song Parodies -> "The Anti-Dodgers Anthem"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"The Anti-Dodgers Anthem"

Parody Written by:

Freddie C.

The Lyrics

My heart goes out to all the Brooklyn Dodgers fans who still feel betrayed by Walter O'Malley, baseball's (make that the sporting world's) answer to Benedict Arnold.
Dodgers, go away, I have hated you ever since you moved to L.A.
Dodgers, fall fast, I'm hoping that the San Francisco Giants whup your ass
Walter O'Malley was the biggest disgrace
I'll bet Traitor was his middle name

Dodgers, get back, I love it when you fall far behind the NL West pack
Dodgers, a no-hit, I really hate this L.A. Dodgers bullsh*t
You were my favorites when you were in Brooklyn
And I still think your moving was the biggest sin

Dodgers, it's a crime, for what he did to Brooklyn, Walter should've done the time
Dodgers, you're so foul, you're the reason I'm a San Francisco Giants fan now
I hate Chavez Ravine, Koufax, Garvey, Lasorda
Kiss my ass, Southern California!

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Pacing: 2.9
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MrMacphisto - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Pacing was just a tad off, but I still liked it...
Michael Pacholek - April 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Walter Francis O'Malley was not Benedict Arnold. He was Napoleon Bonaparte. You'll notice his 100th birthday last year passed unnoticed. And he's never been elected to the Hall of Fame. Rather, he is playing poker in hell with Bob Irsay (who moved the Colts out of Baltimore) and Bob Short (who moved the Lakers out of Minneapolis AND the Senators out of Washington). O'Malley always wins those poker games. He cheats, of course. Given the choice between Bush and O'Malley, I'd... flee the country.
John Jenkins - April 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Walter and Peter O'Malley had the respect and admiration of their players and the Southern California fans and media. The people to whom they sold the team had neither.

I do understand how New Yorkers feel betrayed by the Dodgers' move to California in 1958. But why do you hold it against the Dodgers and not the Giants, who did the same thing?
Freddie C. - April 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Don't ask me, ask my grandparents in Brooklyn, who went to Ebbets Field to watch the Dodgers on a regular basis. The Giants were their most-hated team, and the Yankees were a close second. And I never really liked the fact that there once were two teams called the New York Giants; the name fits the football team a whole lot better than it ever did the baseball team. (Of course, I was raised to be a Cubs fan and suffer through their losing times, but that's just me.)
Mari D - April 19, 2004 - Report this comment
I used to be a Dodger fan when I lived in L.A. but got tired of the bullshit.
SeaBeachFred - July 24, 2008 - Report this comment
It is high time to let go of this anti Dodger anger that still seems to pervade so many of us older folks. It has been 50 years since they left Brooklyn. I have no doubt that Walter O'Malley ied and cheated his way out of that borough, but Robert Moses was also responsible for refusing to help the Dodger owner purchase the land necessary for a new stadium. I know, I lived in Queens at the time in 1953 when O'Malley started talking about getting the Dodgers a new home. That now barf down the drain. New York has the Mets now; its's been 50 years since the Dodgers moved, Brooklyn is not getting the Dodgers back, and it is time to move on. Many have. Some went to the Yankees, most went to the Mets, others went elsewhere. Say what you want about the LA Dodgers, it is a fact that their fans support them whole heartedly come hell or high water. Any old New Yorkers out there? Just let go. It is high time.
Agrimorfee - July 25, 2008 - Report this comment
Or maybe just stop worrying about sports altogether.

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