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Song Parodies -> "El Sadr"

Original Song Title:

"Black Water"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Doobie Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"El Sadr"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

I really getting tired of the news about El Sadr in Iraq. That guy should have been dog food months ago. I could understand why the Bush administration did not take him out as well our troops can any time they want. The man is wanted for murder and I would have thought that the new Iraqi government would have snatched his butt up by now or removed him from the gene pool. I'm sure this guy is just like the rest of the radical leaders who believe that it is good to die for the cause as long as it's not them who has to do the fighting and dying.
That boy is quite daft, I hear news sources quotin',
Young cleric's dippy, "been called on to reign".
His rhetoric pumpin', his troops take a thumpin',
El Sadr keeps holdin' on fast just the same.

Young El Sadr, young bedouin,
Mystic dippy dude hidin' out in shrines where he'll flee.
Young El "Sadder" weak in bladder,
Piss and poopey soon gonna seep his linin' you'll see.
Young El "Satter", no combater,
Missin' is he soon when it's deep defines the kimchee.

Yeah, you're just hidin' in fright, gonna take to the wing,
Just like Osama gonna grow you some wings for flight,
It's a fool who don't worry, think some favor best curry - your call.

Well who reigns I don't care, don't make no difference to me,
Any old street czar, or any old clown.
Could even be some monkey in the sand or chance some funky monk, or the
First guy who turns to puddy, blinks and backs down.

Young El Sadr, young bedouin,
Mystic dippy dude hidin' out in shrines where he'll flee.
Young El "Sadder" weak in bladder,
Piss and poopey soon gonna seep his linin' you'll see.
Young El "Satter", no combater,
Missin' is he soon when it's deep defines the kimchee.

Yeah, you're just hidin' in fright, gonna take to the wing,
Just like Osama gonna grow you some wings for flight,
It's a fool who don't worry, think some favor best curry - your call.

Yeah, could even be some monkey in the sand, like Osama, who's a very
wanted man, wanted man, he's a wanted man.
(Could be a funky monk) (funky monk)
Like Osama, or a chance on El "Saddy" and his throng, just get through...
(funky monk) (You all take too long)

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Pacing: 4.6
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 9

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John Barry - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
A while ago, I did a parody whose subject was this pudgy cockroach. Was looking for another angle, but you've done it for me. Good work!
Johnny D - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Totally brilliant parody, fun to read. But my vote of 5-5-5 is especially for "deep defines the kimchee". Working Korean sauerkraut into a parody, eh, Guy? That's the kind of outside-the-parody-box-thinking I love to see!
Royce Miller - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
well written; again, I'm glad you're back
Steve K. - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Yeah, I wish they'd get rid of this guy already, too. Trouble is, our side isn't allowed or is too afraid to go into those shrines and mosques. You might have an idea, though. Perhaps some kimchee could be used to flush him out. (or would that violate the Geneva convention?)
Rick D - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
I usually avoid the political ones, but you sucked me in with this one.
Johnny D - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Steve K --- yeah, I think kimchee would violate the Geneva Convention, since it would qualify as a Weapon Of Mass Flatulation (and a delicious one at that).
Paul Robinson - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Guy - You're right about him being a dipsh*t, but a large part of his influence in Iraq came when our brilliant Coalition thinkers decided he was an incredibly dangerous, humumgous threat to "Operation Iraqi Freedom, as long as they agree with us". THAT, combined with Al Jazeera giving him a promotional push managed to turn a minor regional cleric whose only claim to fame was that his dad was actually an Iraqi hero from the past in a "Player" in the new reality show, "Who is going to rule Iraq?" Only about 2% of Iraqi's polled PRIOR to our "We will get this Muqtada Sadr - Dead or Alive" campaign thought he had enough experience and brains to even be considered a leader of any sort. Next thing you know Shiite sect leaders in Iraq are slapping him on the back and goin "You da' Man, Muqtada". He'd still be running a bingo game or whatever if we'd taken a low-key approach. I mean, WHO thought THAT was a good idea? But this is a good parody. 5's...
Adagio - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Very enjoyable and knowledgable parody. Very good job, Guy! 5's
Guy - August 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks everyone. This was better received that I thought it would be. I had another El Sadr song in the works about two weeks ago and it just wasn't working so I forced myself to finish this one so I didn't have two unfinished ones hanging around. He's not an easy dude to write about. All you ever see him doing is walking around under those robes and letting people kiss his hand and probably various other parts of his anatomy off camera.
Michael Pacholek - August 18, 2004 - Report this comment
I so rarely agree with Guy, but he's 100 right on this one. Sadr thinks he's the successor to Khomeini, but if we treat him like the punk kid that he is, we'd be a lot better off.

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