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Song Parodies -> "Suit's Position"

Original Song Title:

"Superstition"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Stevie Wonder

Parody Song Title:

"Suit's Position"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

There’s the suit’s position: client took a fall.
There was fruit positioned—middle of the hall.
Hurt, my client paid me. . .got a broken ass.
This transcended bad luck; banana was down cast.

Sooo, if you should leave such things
On the floor where folks tramp,
Then you’ll suffer—
Suit’s position: you must pay.

There’s the suit’s position: client fell and land-
ed upon his bottom, a.k.a. his “can.”
Keister fall. . .a break seen (coccyx ain’t that strong);
There on the X-ray screen: rads show what’s wrong.

Sooo, you sure will be grieving
When he’s up on the stand,
Then you’ll suffer—
Dude’s condition ain’t OK.

There’s the suit’s position: much dough you will pay;
There’s his stooped position; I’ll say, “Walk this way.”
Hurtin’ much, poor baby broke his tuchus (ass),
Which has sent you bad luck. . .dude’s fixed in a cast.

Sooo, you sure will be grieving
When he’s up on the stand,
Then you’ll suffer—
Suit’s position: you must pay.

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Michael Pacholek - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Sounds like a sequel to "Sam You Made the Pants Too Long." Or... Guy sees another guy walking past with a suitcase. "Where you goin'?" "I'm takin' my case to court!" Ba-dump-bump-ching. Next day, he sees the same guy, with a suitcase and a ladder. "Where you goin'?" "I'm takin' my case to a higher court!" Next day, he sees the same guy, carrying an empty hanger. "What happened in court?" "I lost the suit!" "So where you goin' now, Sam?" "Hey, how'd you know my name was Sam?" "I just guessed." "Then guess where I'm goin'!"
Patrick - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Lawyers stay healthy by being compensated for other peoples' injuries. I actually know of a legalistic situation that could net some big bucks for the right lawyer. I want my cut of the case, too, since I am potentially an aggrieved party. Great class action potential, anti-big corporate. I use my own name here. There are enough clues in my songs and comments for a computer savvy ambulance chaser to find me. Let's both make some bucks and right a social wrong.
Old Man Ribber - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
JAB - Very nice job. In the words of my favorite spoonerism, what is the difference between a fighting rooster and a lawyer? The fighting rooster Clucks Defiance and the lawyer...you get it. ;D
WarrenB - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Best of the day. And what a way to make a living...very, er, a-peeling...
LadyBananaBe - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
PirateJack, ~The Duke oSludge~, you better watch your banana meals, Sir . . . . or at least where you throw dem peels !
John Barry - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
To a jury of my peers: thanks!
P Pete - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Sounds like a milder Perry Mason case. Quite unique.

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