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Song Parodies -> "I Must Have Been Sedated(Clarence Thomas Theme Song)"

Original Song Title:

"I Wanna Be Sedated"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Ramones

Parody Song Title:

"I Must Have Been Sedated(Clarence Thomas Theme Song)"

Parody Written by:

Squire Malloy

The Lyrics

While still in Black History Month I think it would be fitting to write a parody for the man who is unquestionably the second greatest African-American to serve on the Supreme Court, Clarence Thomas. BTW, he was a classmate of mine in Worcester
Sixty ,sixty ,sixty one months ago
I must have been sedated
Nothin' to say, no opinion of my own
I must have been sedated

Just get me to the chambers, there's no need to explain
I just do what Scalia says, I do not need my brain
My lazy tongue just lies there, it's atrophied again
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Sixty, sixty, sixty one months ago
I must have been sedated
Nothin' to say, no opinion of my own
I must have been sedated

I should be in a wheelchair, my spine has got a curve
Even though I was A-1 I didn't have to serve
Those who say I was a "dodger" really have some nerve
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Sixty, sixty, sixty one months ago
I must have been sedated
Nothin' to say, no opinion of my own
I must have been sedated

Now I got somewhat frisky with one Anita Hill
I asked her to the Thomas cabin for a little thrill
Turned out she was nothin' but a female poison pill
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Sixty, sixty,sixty one months ago
I must have been sedated
Nothin' to say, no opinion of my own
I must have been sedated

My wife is with the Tea Bags, I'm quite aware of it
I work with right wing think tanks and get paid quite a bit
Don't ask me to recuse myself cause I don't give a s_it
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Ba ba bamp ba
Ba ba ba bamp ba
I must have been sedated
Ba ba bamp ba
Ba ba ba bamp ba
I must have been sedated!

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So, uh... - February 21, 2011 - Report this comment
Who was the FIRST-greatest?
Old Man Ribber - February 21, 2011 - Report this comment
Squire - How cool to have gone to school with someone so well known, even if you disagree! Supreme Court pairings (like Scalia and Thomas) are nothing new. Henry Blackmun, who authored Roe v. Wade, voted with Chief Justice Warren Burger so often that they were called "The Minnesota Twins". ;D
Michael Pacholek - February 21, 2011 - Report this comment
Yeah, but Burger and Blackmun (not a black man) understood the Constitution, and didn't just accept their patron's interpretation of it. And to answer the first man's question... Thurgood Marshall.
John Jenkins - February 21, 2011 - Report this comment
In the 2005 Kelo v New London decision, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to allow imminent domain to be used to transfer property from one private party to another for economic development. Imminent domain had not previously been used in this reverse Robin Hood manner – to take property from the poor and give it to the rich – and this decision sets a bad precedent. Justice Thomas wrote one of the dissenting opinions and this is one of many times that he has been on the correct side on Supreme Court decisions. This might be a good parody in some ways, but the criticism of Justice Thomas is unfounded.
squire malloy - February 22, 2011 - Report this comment
OMR Thomas has been mute for over 5 years, don't know if Blackmun was. jj approve of that one. Even a blind chicken...

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