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Song Parodies -> "Bitch Shot"

Original Song Title:

"Big Shot"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Billy Joel

Parody Song Title:

"Bitch Shot"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

To hear a Youtube OS of "Big Shot" by Billy Joel click HERE

Well, some uptown fightin' left a crime-a-scene,
Five-O line Park Avenue closed.
Too bad that Dom Perri gone in da can,
He got gooned up; suppose?
Oooo They set wake up for the mourning,
Got dead now retired.
"Through the eyes" do bloody we see.
Mor-on wise guys go get sloppy,
A rat's been snitchin' for plea.

And caused that lad to bein' bitch shot, din't-dey?
So now we're lookin' "through the mouth".
They had to leave him bitch shot, din't-dey?
Now their "friends" we'll all knock off,
They thought they had the last word, last fight,
We're gettin' everything clocked off.
They're gonna get a right hot, shot fight,
Because they did a bitch shot last night.

Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh NOOO!

Aaaad, they'll be all distressed, when comes "Nelse's" mess,
And the people that they knew get all slain.
When they're quarry gets the late-ness express,
Like Japan's bullet train.
Awwwww - they take and dismember,
All these dings what's dead.
Then they secure them all in a row,
They called him "One Hit Money",
His cure rids hoods what are foes.

Yeah, yeah, just had to be a bitch shot, din't-dey?
Bad, we move it out the crowd.
They had to take a bitch shot, din't-dey?
That got all their friends clocked out.
We had to do some fast work, last night,
So much guns so many rounds,
We done the bad with 12 gauge, old pipe,
And badda-bing they're bitch shot, last rights!

whoah oh-oh-oh whoa oh-oh-oh oh oh-oh whoa-oh-oh
oh-oh-oh whoa oh-oh-oh whoa oh-oh-oh

Well, we hit "Big Pin" and "Sticker's" defense men,
And we know they won't leave it alone.
But they'll be droppin' a dime,
And when we're meeting next time we'll be home.
No, no, no, no, no, no, it had to be a bitch shot, one-two,
Now got us lookin' "through the mouth".
It had to be a bitch shot, one-two,
We intend to knock them off,
This will not be a fast war, fast fight,
We got guns and we got rounds
Their bad - they have those light Watts shot hypes,
We're gonna do a bitch shot tonight.

Whoa oh-oh whoa-oh-oh-oh oh oh whoa-oh
Bitch shot... Bitch shot... Bitch shot... Bitch shot...

------FADE------


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AFW - December 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Fine job, with a spoof of the mob
adagio - December 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Good job. Good pacing and rhyming.The OS fits the mood of the words.
Jack Wilson - December 21, 2007 - Report this comment
"Dom Perri gone in da can" LOL,loved it, 5s
alvin - December 21, 2007 - Report this comment
amazing how you make organized crime so jaunty
Peter Andersson - December 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Has Christmas now become the season of all out mobster war? Then how about something like this:

On the first day of Christmas
Sopranos sent to me
A horsehead near the foot end

On the second day of Christmas
Sopranos sent to me
Two wacked off doves

And a horsehead near the foot end

On the third day of Christmas
Sopranos sent to me
Three necked hens
Two wacked off doves

And a horsehead near the foot end...
Peter Andersson - December 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Guy - To answer your questions on my parody: All Swedes learn English in school from age nine at the latest, but more important I think is that over here American and English television has never been dubbed to our language like they do in France and Germany et al, somewhere back in the 50s we decided on subtitles instead, so even the dullest lowbrow shows can be educational. And of course I try harder than average to learn, looking up interesting terms and phrases and try to put them to use, like the term "casus belli" that I used today, I actually caught that one on a news piece on possible war to come with Iran, but realised that I could pair it up with "air raid" and "Santa to come" for the intro to my parody. It's like some words and phrases just seem to fit each other, don't they? :-) As for ON and EN in names from Sweden and Denmark that's basically right, and even easier to remember for our Swedish part at the next family meeting of yours if you incorporate the S to make it SON, which means son, so Carlson means "son of Carl" or "Carl's son". Think of it as if we ditched even the apostrophes and the blank space somewhere along the way. Not that we automatically get our fathers' names like that anymore, that goes back some generations, but somewhere down the line one of my ancestors must have been an Anders (still a popular first name today).
Guy - December 22, 2007 - Report this comment
Peter - My last name is simular. It is actually 2 words and I believe that it is supposed to be spelled with a space between the first "i" and the "R". Di meaning of. "Di" can also mean "than" but in this case I believe it means "of". Rito means either "rite" or "ritual" in Italian. Also I have understood the naming concept of ending a name in "son" for quite a long time. I am aware that generations back the first born son actually became the father when he died even taking on his identity. It was all about land ownership. A family's total entitlements went to the first born son and for that reason there were a lot of arranged marriages so that land ownership would stay within two families. Land was money in those times. I know this how? I have a friend who traced his geneaology back to around the time of the birth of Christ. It took him months to figure out that arranged marriages caused his look back down his tree to appear to loop and make no sense until he learned about land ownership and how it worked.

Thanks for answering my questions. I think your country is smart to keep the telly undubbed. How about a parody of "She's Come Undubbed" Just had to throw that in there. Thanks!
Invisible Boy - December 22, 2007 - Report this comment
Youze done good. I know you like comments. My comment is a question or two. What got you(ze) interested in mafia topics and the Joy-zee dialect ? And, why set your parodies to Bill Joel songs ?
Guy - December 22, 2007 - Report this comment
AFW - Love the comments - thanks.

Pat - Yes thanks - Billy Joel songs tend to lend themselves to this theme, especially this one. Thanks.

Jack - Yeah, I liked that part myself. Thanks.

IB - One reason is obvious - my Italian heritage. I can get away with more stuff since it is a sterotype that Italians are mobbed up and I can use the flag words if I like and have snuck them into parodies in some clever ways.

Also I had an uncle who was mobbed up to some degree. He was my last living uncle and died in 2004 less than 30 days short of his 102nd birthday. He lived on the same street as me and had a garage built onto his house but before that garage was built he had a garage about 50 feet from his back door. He used it for storage. I used to play in there as a kid. One day I went in there and it was packed wall to wall with slot machines. None of my friends were around that day. Next day I told my friends and we all went to see. All we saw was floor. Apparently I was spotted at the garage and the slots were relocated most likely at around 2 or 3 A.M. My friends never believed that the slots were actually there.

I do a lot of Billy Joel in my mob parodies but I also do some Elton John. I did one "Pop Goes the Weasle" and one using America's "Tin Man" OS and a few others. It basically all started with Paisano Man - OS Piano Man. Elton & Billy both play piano and that is my favorite musical instrument. For some reason Billy Joel just reminds me of someone who could be mobbed up and he is east coast savvy. I found that I liked doing mob parodies and it will run its course to completion much like a few years ago I was hooked up with "Pi" parodies.

I can have more fun with these types of parodies as I build it into a parody mini-series of sorts and I use the character "2-LOUD" as a ventriloquist uses a wooden dummy in the comments. Carmine "2-LOUD" was a character in Paisano Man, I have never tried to hide the fact that Carmine is fictitious. Another "benny" is that if I'm strapped for a rhyme word I can insert or inject a Mob name or nick name into the parody to make it work. There will be more coming. The next one will most likely be of an entirely different artist than I have used previously. It's just a lot of fun for me to do. I don't think past my current mob parody so where it is going I have no idea. Mostly I get one idea for a name and I jump on it a line at a time never really knowing how it will end until it does. I do that with most of what I write.

Hope this does it for you. Thanks!

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