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Song Parodies -> "Sayin' Their Lies ( Michael's Rebuttal)"

Original Song Title:

"Stayin Alive"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Bee Gees

Parody Song Title:

"Sayin' Their Lies ( Michael's Rebuttal)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

well you can tell by the way they testified, those little guys, they all told lies,
but they were nice, I kept them warm, I held their hands when they were born,
but now I'm all white not ok,
they describe how we would play
don't you try to understand, where I put their little hands

all the little persons, with lies they are rehearsin,
now they're saying their lies, sayin their lies
losing all my hope, and never did I grope them, as
they're sayin their lies, sayin their lies
ah ah ah ah sayin their lies sayin their lies
ah ah ah ah sayin their lieeeeesssss

I grabbed them low, and I grabbed them high,
but i never touched their little thin thighs
got the love of children in my eyes,
I'm a plastic man, a real strange guy
but now I'm all white not ok,
they describe how we would play
don't you try to understand, where I put their little hands

all the little persons, with lies they are rehearsin,
now they're saying their lies, sayin their lies
losing all my hope, and never did I grope them, as
they're sayin their lies, sayin their lies
ah ah ah ah sayin their lies sayin their lies
ah ah ah ah sayin their lieeeeesssss

they all had no hair,
some they would hold me yeah,
they all had no hair,
we'd play some "show me" yeah
they all had no hair,
sayin their lies

well you can tell by the way they testified, those little guys, they all told lies,
but they were nice, I kept them warm, I held their hands when they were born,
but now I'm all white not ok,
they describe how we would play
don't you try to understand, where I put their little hands

all the little persons, with lies they are rehearsin,
now they're saying their lies, sayin their lies
losing all my hope, and never did I grope them, as
they're sayin their lies, sayin their lies
ah ah ah ah sayin their lies sayin their lies
ah ah ah ah sayin their lieeeeesssss

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Michael Pacholek - March 06, 2005 - Report this comment
In order to sing this, Barry Gibb would have to make his voice higher. But, really, folks, ignoring the fact that this is a very good parody -- would Malcolm be writing this if Michael Jackson was charged with Martha Stewart's offenses instead? I think not!
Malcolm Higgins - March 07, 2005 - Report this comment
Michael, you know I slammed Martha when she got arrested. Michael's turn. I slammed Kerry, I slag Bush. any public figure is fair game. most of my fat parodies are aimed at me. everyone is equally targetted I think, as far as whether or not I will take a run at them. some more than others, but if I have an opinion, I have a song...
Adagio - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Really good, Malcolm.

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