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Song Parodies -> "Mentally"

Original Song Title:

"All Of Me"

Original Performer:

Willie Nelson

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

People have always been free to love whomever they choose. Now they can make the government a partner in their relationship. The ultimate goal was not to allow same-sex couples to get a piece of paper from the state, but to force the gay agenda into public schools and to bring legal sanctions against those who, for reasons of religion, elect not to participate in the process. Other social and legal restrictions against multiple partner arrangements are bound to fall, sooner if not later. What next? Children? Read "Brave New World". This was predicted long ago. We live in interesting times (old Chinese curse).
Legally, all is fair conjugally
Why should love be restricted to humans?
On shotgun weddings not frowning
"I take thee, twenty-gauge Browning".

Lust released, mating with bird or beast
We've such a wide range of options
No offense meant, "Can sheep give consent?"
If so, is it orally?

Mentally, shift fundamentally
Accepting what once was disparaged
Grade school kids playing with new toys
Acts sacerdotal with young boys

Spacious skies, no longer recognize
Air isn't all that's polluted
We hoped, he changed. It's all so deranged
Thought I'd never live to see
Sacerdotal (Latin for "priestly").

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Rob Arndt - July 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Nice to see you writing more regularly. Most of your politicals are US. Any intent of writing on international issues like Greek debt?
T-Shirt - July 14, 2015 - Report this comment
"Remember, 'bah-ah-ah-ah!' means 'No!'"
But Seriously... - July 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Yeah, we could all do with some jokes about Greece. You might want to wait a few days, though, and see how things shake out. One way or another, there's going to be a blowup, a shakedown, a collapse, and/or some kind of nasty divorce proceedings. There's just no predicting *which* way these events will occur. While you're at it, you might also want to do a parody about Puerto Rico. There's a perfectly good song about that place in the West Side Story soundtrack...
Rob Arndt - July 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Pardon me, but trying to blackmail Euro creditors with a firm NO and celebrating to get a new, better offer or default didn't work. It sets a bad precedent if the Euro creditors give in which would make the weaker economies think of doing the same. I want Chancellor Angela Merkel and the other creditors to kick Greece out of the Eurozone. That nation is a dead weight and burden. The Euro used to be greater that the Dollar but has been weakened substantially. Germany even favors going back to the Mark as Euro-Mark (EM). So the pressure is on for Merkel and Eurobank. They should not give bailouts to loser nations that can't pay its debts that spit in the face of their creditors. Greece owes Germany alone $68 Billion!!!
Scry - July 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Just watch and wait, Rob. You may yet get what you want.
Patrick - July 15, 2015 - Report this comment
A German "Nein" or a song parody about Greece? Germany did occupy the place during WWII. Maybe they could send in some "repo" agents.

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