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Song Parodies -> "Piece Mill Sleasy Dealing"

Original Song Title:

"Peaceful Easy Feeling"

Original Performer:

The Eagles

Parody Song Title:

"Piece Mill Sleasy Dealing"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics


I was going to save this one for Friday, but I want to get it in before the first amendment gets canned.

Don't like the way your sorry feelings play,
For whence you been around.
And how you heap onto,
With that def'cit outright.
'Bout a million czars do abound.

Now we got this piece mill sleazy dealing,
And we know you'll run us aground,
And you're already planning your next round.

And we're bound out for hard times with... Oh,
what some groomin' can do at the polls?
Ah, yet still he'll blow it all away,
The almighty will grow what we owe.

Now we got this piece mill sleazy dealing,
We may need to go underground,
'Cause the almighty's slammin' on what's found.

I hear the squelling as we go blue,
Duck and cover be a friend,
But free choice is withering,
Drink another beer, help me,
If I ever see blue again.

'Cause we got this piece mill sleazy dealing,
And it's no you can't schtup me, clown,
And the almighty's slammin what's been found
'Cause the almighty's slammin,
'Cause the almighty's slammin,
Yes the almighty's slammin,
what's been found.

Ohh-noo noo noo-noo-noo!

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Total Votes: 9

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Mark Scotti - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
And the "Czars" have it! Bash away, 555 votes nay!!!
Guy - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
Mark - What in czarnation are they doing with all of those czars anyhow? Pretty soon czars are going to be like opinions & butt holes - everyone will have one. I say we should have two - one for each fireplace. Thanks for the positive feedback.
Leo Keough - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
"A thousand czars in disguise"...We're all going to hell in a handbasket!...LOL!!!...555!!!
AFW - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
I guess I still stand by the big "O"..but admire your title sub, and way of spoofing
Old Man Ribber - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
(singing) "Czars" Fell On "Old Obama" ;D
Timmy1000 - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
How true it is. Even though the Cash for Clunkers is over for autos, I fear we still have a cash for clunkers program going - with our soon to be raised taxes (the cash) paying for the clunkers - you know where.
Fiddlegirl - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
Would *you* like to swing on a czar? Land a good left hook for me, too. :)
TT - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
I could be misunderstanding your meaning, Guy, but was "piecemeal" (a bit at a time, or in bits) intended? Or some sort of grinding factory that produces pieces? Either way, good write. 555.
Guy - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
Leo - Don't give any ideas - I just might. And yu got that handbasket thing down pat. Thanks for comenting.

Sir Farce - That is what makes you so likable. We can disagree politically but still not flame each other about it. You are one decent person, unlike some of the people out here who flame at the drop of a hat. I've done a bit of flaming myself of late but both times I pereived it as a personal attack. Nuff said. My hat is off to you sir for being so gracious. Thanks, Buddy.

Ribber - Missed the kick in yur comment. Must be a song I either can't glean from the comment or it's a song I do not know. I'm sure it's funny because you are a funny kind of guy - you keep us chuckling. Thanks for commenting, friend.

Timmy1K - Yeah I know - I pulled out my wallet a few days ago and two moths flew out - it looked like the black hole of Calcutta when I peered inside - better get to gettin' used to it. Thanks for weighing in.

Fiddlegirl - ANother Idea - A czar is born out of it. I thnk there is no end to writing czar stuff. I may be onto this subject for some time to come. Thanks!

TT - I cannot ever remember seeing the word "piecemeal" in writing and it is my bad for assuming that it be "piecemill". at least I didn't spell it "Peacemill" - I nearly did when I started writing it. I should have consulted and got it correct. It could be the grinding as you have suggested as we are all about to be ground to bits. I really meant it as "half assed". I have a lot of problems with spelling. I do use spellcheck on everything I write and the MS Word 2003 grammar and spell checker did not flag "Piecemill" but I cannot find that as a real word anywhere that I have looked since you have pointed this out to me. Anyway as you say - it works. Thanks for putting me wise. =;-)
John Barry - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
Are the czars out tonight?/I read about them on amirght/So I only have fives for you. . . .
blackjack21 - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
A good write Guy, mill or meal. But I must say I find this whole concept biczarre.
adagio - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
I see I'm not the only one who liked this pun..'.piece mill sleazy dealing'.

I have other notions about O. I really think he's wantig to set himself up as dictator. Let's not let him. 5's

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