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Song Parodies -> "King Dub"

Original Song Title:

"King Tut"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Steve Martin

Parody Song Title:

"King Dub"

Parody Written by:

Robert J. Pagliaro

The Lyrics

King Dub (King Dub)
Now when he was a young Bush, whoever thought they'd see
People chant the lies said by this Bush king.
(King Dub)
How'd you get so lucky?
(Lucky Dub)
Do you still get drunky?

Gore was picked by more ya,
Jeb stole votes in Flor'da
King Dub

(King Dub)
Now, if I'd known he'd win it all by cheatin',
I'd taken' all my money and gave to his re-gi-em.
(King Dub)
Kerry was a donkey
(Drunky Dub)
Didn't like the Yon-kees!

Gore was picked by more ya,
Jeb stole votes in Flor'da
King Dub

Partied as a child, (Snortin' Dub)
The Christians love his style, (Prayin' Dub)
Speakin' with a smile (Stumblin' Dub)
He swayed 'em in Ohio

He gave his life for Conserv'tism.
'Publican idol!
Born again Christian
They're using you

Now, I won't lie, but I think he's a putz,
Don't want no fancy ruler, just not like ole King Dub. (King Dub)

He didn't serve in Nammy
Barbara is his mammy

Gore was picked by more ya,
Jeb stole votes in Flor'da,
Oh yes Gore was picked by more ya,
"Got two twins and wife named Laura"
King Dub!

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Overall Rating: 4.4

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Johnny D - August 26, 2005 - Report this comment
Politics aside, that's actually pretty cute!
Baby Ben and Kathy - August 26, 2005 - Report this comment
So funny we couldn't stop laughing. You are such a nut and the song was really good!
Steve K. - August 26, 2005 - Report this comment
Like him or not, Dub is a great subject for parody. I like the use of "Ohio". Speaking of votes, it looks like the dreaded "Ones" guy got you.
Michael Pacholek - August 26, 2005 - Report this comment
The only thing that keeps this from perfection would've been to rhyme "not one like ole King Dub" with "I think he's a shlub" instead of "putz." (The term doesn't rhyme, but it sure does apply.) Otherwise, you nailed it, and as for Georgie Bush, a wild and hazy guy, and a wild and lazy guy, I will never excuuuuuuuuse him!
Ravyn Rant - August 26, 2005 - Report this comment
Cute job! I liked the nammy/mammy rhyme.
Robert J. Pagliaro - August 26, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks to all. MP - you are correct sir. And you've probably been a victim of one of these yourself - the graph was written differently (a few times) before posting and that change was not translated into the final product - my fault. (Same can be said for "Lucky" in the first graph. ) But I'll live with that. Please check out Claud Prez's "Dead Pope", several months ago, with the same OS - very good, very funny. Finally, I liked "re-gi-em" which was "borrowed" from someone else on this site about a year ago - forget who - but let's credit that person. Thanks again. bob
Larry Hensley - August 26, 2005 - Report this comment
How'd this get so funky! 5s
P. Stewart - August 31, 2005 - Report this comment
This guy is funny. I love his stuff.

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