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Song Parodies -> "He Is A Real Bogan"

Original Song Title:

"You Shook Me All Night Long"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"He Is A Real Bogan"

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The Lyrics

Bogan = the Aussie version of a redneck, essentially. For more info, see here: Bogan
His singlet isn't clean
He's wearing daggy jeans
He had the biggest mullet that I ever seen
He had the half-closed eyes
Guzzling up meat pies
And knocking me out if I snickered or sighed
Has no clue 'neath his hair
Has less brains that a pear
He told me "Piss off", but I know that he don't care
'Cuz the TV was blaring
His team was playing
Could not help staring
What an utter git

And he
Was a true bogan!
What a real bogan!

Never looks at wine
It's beer all the time
It don't matter what kind, it tastes fine, so fine
Chin is very coarse
Mainly grunts, no talk
If he does, it's in that accent I abhor*
Always on the town
He's buying twenty rounds
(That's "round" the drinking thing, and not the bullet thing)
His accent is grating
His belly's shaking
He wears a huge grin
And he is rather thick

Cause he
Is a real bogan!
Yeah, he
Is such a bogan!
"Goodonya, mate!"
I said, he
Is a real bogan
He loves his drinking cuz he
Is a real bogan

Yeah, a bogan
Not much thinkin'

Ah, he
Is a real bogan!
He has a mullet cause he
Is a real bogan!
Yeah yeah, he
Is a real bogan!
Drinks like a fish, because he
Is a real bogan!
Yeah, he is a
Yeah, he is a real bogan!
*The stereotypical Australian accent. Think Steve Irwin. I hate that accent, no-one I know sounds even slightly like it. Grrr.

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 4

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Matthias - September 07, 2009 - Report this comment
I'm glad to hear that there are loud stupid redneck people all over the world... Bogan? That's a new one on me but I like it.
Susanna Viljanen - September 08, 2009 - Report this comment
This fair dinkum parody deserves fives.
Matthias - September 16, 2009 - Report this comment
Love AC/DC and this song in particular! As I said before this one was really great, for not knowing anything about rednecks Conq, you can sure do a pretty bang up job doing a parody about them.
DJ Blaze - September 21, 2009 - Report this comment
Didn't know anything about bogans before I read this, but still a great parody. 555
Glen S - September 24, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks for the education. One or two spelling errors; maybe eyeball it one more time before submission next time. Your wordplay is great and the more presentable you can make it, the better. Bogan sounds like perfect fit for the tourney. Mullets and drinking like a fish is what it is. Also good to know that 'the accent' is still alive and well somewhere. Great tourney parody.
Jeff Reuben - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Good song. Without knowing what a bogan was before you brought it up in this contest, I would have had no doubts with your song, and you made me laugh. Nice job!
Arwen - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
Decathlon...I know you were somewhat uncertain if you knew what a redneck was...but I think you did pretty well here. =)

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