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Song Parodies -> "Mocho Man"

Original Song Title:

"Macho Man"

Original Performer:

Village People

Parody Song Title:

"Mocho Man"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Bodies—don’t want to see bodies
bodies naked make him will, vile bodies
Body—never touch a body
Bodies naked are in smut, vile bodies
Bodies hanging out of frocks ’n’ smocks ’n’. . . .
Bodies craved by louts, vile shoddy bodies
Bodies, gawking past snouts at awful bodies
Bodies craved by louts, vile bodies

Lives in fear.

This here man, no doubt, is a mocho man—
he thinks that pix of bodies always should be banned.
Gawking is abhorrent, a no-no,
an unhealthy habit, he says so.
It is with certainty:
he’s a mocho man.
Mostly wears a frown and is no cheesecake fan,
no, no, no, no!

Mocho, mocho[1] man—
pride in being a mocho man.
Mocho, mocho man—
dyed in the wool as mocho.

Bodies he won’t watch, no bodies
Bodies have a crotch—gross bodies!
Bodies he won’t see—no bodies
Bodies he will flee—no bodies
Bodies he will scorn—no bodies
Bodies shown in porn—gross bodies!
Bodies won’t be gawked—no bodies
Bodies make him shocked—gross bodies

You can tell a mocho—a tight ass when he walks.
He senses dirt whenever a movie star talks.
Ugly is the body, evil thing.
Call him Mister No-No. . .sin and shame:
sees a breast and screeches—
he’s a mocho man.
Never be a seeker beneath the dress of Ann,
no, no, no, no!

Mocho, mocho man—
Pride in being a mocho man.
Mocho, mocho man,
eyes averted, a mocho, uptight.

Bodies, vile bodies, bodies—wants to see no bodies
bodies, naked shoddy bodies make him ill, vile bodies
Bodies, naked bodies, bodies—never touch a body
Bodies naked bodies, bodies, ogle not vile bodies

Ogle not those vile bodies—
pall sight.

Yes this man was one time a mocho, mocho man,
but then he caught a body on a photo scan.
That changed his lifestyle and ideals—
he gained the strength of tumescence. . .needs no pill!
Now he’s free to see; he’s an ojos man.
He can sense his rod thrum—elevates, body gland.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!

Ocho, ocho man,
guy has become an ocho man.
Ocho, ocho gland:
guy’s got a reach of ocho.

Mucho, mucho man,
guy shows that he’s a mucho man.
Mucho, mucho span—
guy’s got a reach of mucho.

Mocho, mocho man—
guy is hung like a mocho.[2] Man!
The sprit hits the fan—
guy’s macho becomes mocho.[3]


[1]Mexican slang: “prudish”
[2]Columbian slang: “horse”
[3]lopped off

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Timmy1000 - April 16, 2015 - Report this comment
Always good to learn new words; I guess it was a Village People kind of day.
Leough - April 16, 2015 - Report this comment
Great play on words and slang!
AFW - April 16, 2015 - Report this comment
Kinda' deep for an old farmer, like myself...had to google, Mocho...come up with about three definitions...anyway...this is definitely creative..
Andy Primus - April 16, 2015 - Report this comment
Well done. That’s a term I’d never heard of.
Peregrin - April 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Never heard of it either, and thought maybe it was about coffee (mocha). After reading a bit I thought "seems unlikely" :) This was a little different, JB!

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