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Song Parodies -> "Wrath to the World"

Original Song Title:

"Joy to the World"

Original Performer:

Three Dog Night

Parody Song Title:

"Wrath to the World"

Parody Written by:

Bernard Pacholek

The Lyrics

You know what the difference is between me and my little brother, Michael? He's a liberal, so he loves humanity, but doesn't much like people. I'm a conservative, so I just cut out the middleman -- sometimes literally! -- and just hate people. The following is in good fun. For me, anyway. For you? Do I look like I care? Oh, that's right, you can't see what I look like. Too bad for you, for I am a gooood-looooking man. But my identical twin brother sure ain't! Must be my stereotypical evil-twin goatee that makes all the difference!
Jeremiah was a bullfrog.
Was a good friend of mine.
'Til I loaned him 50 bucks, he never paid it back.
Had to go kill him, that swine!
And he really was a mighty bad swine!

Sing, now!
Wrath to the world!
To all the boys and girls!
Wrath to all the world in perpetuity!
That's what you get from me!

If I were the king of the world
I'll tell you what I'd do:
I'd drop the bomb on San Francisco and L.A.
and then I'd go smack you!

Hey, now!
Wrath to the world!
To all the boys and girls!
Wrath to all the world in perpetuity!
That's what you get from me!

You know I love the ladies.
Love to have my fun.
'Til they get vegetarian and age-of-aquarian
and try to take my money and guns.
(Your what?)
My tax money and my mighty fine guns!

Wrath to the world!
To all the boys and girls!
Wrath to all the world in perpetuity!
That's what you get from me!

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Dylan Baranski - July 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Being a Republicrat I say: Don't bomb SF & LA, but don't take our guns & all of our money! Bernard, Mike, youse gotta have a 3rd brother (or sister, it doesn't terribly matter) who's a republicrat or something.
alvin - July 27, 2007 - Report this comment
amusing 180...spare LA..i live there...and if ya must take out SF, do it while their baseball team is in town and before steroid boy breaks the record
Michael Pacholek - July 27, 2007 - Report this comment
You know, little brother... and he was born 12 minutes later, punctuality was never his strong point (or mine)... if your neoconservatism and your misanthropy weren't bad enough, this wasn't even very good. You left off the umpteen choruses at the end of the original song. Dylan: We have a younger sister, who just gave us twin nieces. But she's a Republican, too. Fortunately, she has good qualities, too, which is more than I can say for Bernard. Alvin: Somehow, I have a feeling Barr-oid would survive. And if I could destroy Walter O'Malley's Temple of Treason while sparing all the good liberal voters of L.A., I would do it. The Bums could become the Los Angeles Dodgers of Anaheim for three years while they build something that doesn't stand as a monument to greed and to the theft of Brooklyn's team.
John Jenkins - July 28, 2007 - Report this comment
Michael, even though the Dodgers had great teams in the 1950s, Brooklyn did not support them. Attendance was weak, and Ebbets Field was obsolete. Walter O’Malley wanted to keep the team in Brooklyn in a more accessible and more state-of-the art stadium, but got no cooperation from New York Mayor Robert Wagner and other city officials. The Dodgers came to Los Angeles and began setting attendance records (playing in a football stadium for three years). The move was visionary, not treason.
Agrimorfee - July 30, 2007 - Report this comment
Amright Trek II: The Wrath Of Bernie!
Bernard Pacholek - July 30, 2007 - Report this comment
John, let me answer this so my bleeding-heart brother doesn't go off half-cocked. The Dodgers had the best attendance in the National League until the Braves moved to Milwaukee. They had 10,000 parking spaces, the Dodgers only 750. O'Malley was concerned that all that revenue was gonna allow them to buy the best players in those pre-draft days. Putting a stadium on top of the LIRR terminal in downtown Brooklyn, where the new Nets arena is supposed to go now, would not only give them downtown parking decks but commuter-rail access and better subway access than even Ebbets Field had. You're right about Wagner, but then, what did you expect? He was a Dumbocrat who let Robert Moses -- a Republican but a real tyrant -- pull his strings. Still, O'Malley had to have friends who could've helped him out. He could have found a way to keep the team in Brooklyn. He took the easy way out. Maybe that doesn't make him a traitor to Brooklyn or to baseball. But it does make him a jerk. Then again, if I'd been around then, I probably would've rooted for the Giants, who could've negotiated with Moses for what became Shea Stadium and stayed. And the irony is that the Dodgers beat the Braves in a pennant playoff in '59, and the Braves moved in '66! Because the Minnesota Twins came in and took away half their market. Hey, that's capitalism, folks. O'Malley was greedy, which is OK by me, but he could've made just as much money in New York if he'd been a little smarter and a little more patient. And here's an irony: The security code for this comment was "57F." I'll leave to the imagination what the F could stand for.
John Jenkins - July 31, 2007 - Report this comment
Thank you, Bernard, for giving me a fully-cocked response. In the 8 years before the move to Los Angeles (when they had really good teams), the average annual attendance for the Brooklyn Dodgers was about 1.1 million. In their first year in Los Angeles (with a losing record), the attendance exceeded 1.8 million. Is it greed or common sense to want to be in a city where people want to come to the games?

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