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Song Parodies -> "Sad Songs (Say So Much)"

Original Song Title:

"Sad Songs (Say So Much)"

Original Performer:

Elton John

Parody Song Title:

"Sad Songs (Say So Much)"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

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'
Lest tales of crimes when they all bleed and blare a bit insane,
'Bout yarning out their snuff plots.
The retardest "art" so auditorly lame.
Is it crimes that please like "bloods" that bleed who cheer that audio?
To think it's hip that loud rap slinger,
Please don't share the trebles, leave that bass on low.
'
Burn 'em off, turn 'em loft,
Burn off them rap songs.
This dope they call song,
Why do Youtube 'em and burn them on?
'
They screech like sonic boom (Whoa oh oh ah)
I feel they're mental touched (mental touched)
When these dopes rap on,
Rap songs don't say much.
'
If someone's yelps is bluberin'; ENOUGH (OH) go quiet down.
When every snaggled word sounds dense.
They get sleazier like half them songs around.
They're slick to hide those lines denied that censories give the boo,
And conceal so good when dirt's their bad,
And buffer just enough to sling it through.
'
So, burn 'em off, turn 'em loft,
Burn off them rap songs.
Bitch slap hos they're fond,
Where is the tune and the sing along?
'
They're preachin' like a lune (Whoa oh oh ah)
Sounds Oriental-Dutch
There's no hope for song
You know rap songs don't say much.
'
Rap songs, don't say
Rap songs, don't say
Rap songs, don't say
Rap songs, don't say too much
'
So, burn 'em down, (burn 'em down) Oh, burn 'em down, (burn 'em down)
Burn those bitch slap songs,
'Bout dope smoke and bongs,
It's Loonie Tunes like the crack they're on.
'
They screech and go vroom (Whoa oh oh ah)
And squeal like metal crunch (metal crunch)
They call these things songs,
You know rap songs don't say much.
'
This rap dope ain't song,
You know rap songs suck so much
'
Why's every little "bitch" and "ho" put down?
Rap song verse all cuss. (Ooh la la la la)
Why's every little "shit" all dope and con?
Rap songs all sound wuss. (Ooh la la la la)

Why call dope a song?
Rap songs they so suck.

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Johnny D - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Maybe we should start calling by your new rap-name:
" D-GUY " !!!
5(buh-buh)5(buh-buh5!
Johnny D - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Oops, typos: that previous comment should have said "start calling YOU", and there should have been a right parenthesis before the third five!
AFW - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Great rap against rap...Although I've heard and read lyrics of a few rap songs I admire
Guy - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
I SNAFUed the title. It should read "Rap Songs (Don't Say Much)" It was late and I was half asleep when I posted this.
Guy - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
JD - Thanks for reviewing and commenting. Just had to get a jab in on rap. I do plan to do one though. It will be one from the 80's and it is not the "gangsta" type. I meant to put a disclaimer in here that I was slamming all the "gangsta" rap which I just call "cRAP". I really intensely dislike that particular brand of rap shid.

Farce - I do enjoy a good rap song as long as they leave out all the trash mouth talk with the MFs and the N word pontificated all through out the "what they call song". One here or there is OK but when it is overused and used inappropriately is when it ceases to be entertaining. And thanks for commenting.
alvin - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
couldn't agree with you more on the subject of rap...reminds me of dr. suess with tourettes...and why so loud ?....makes me wish i had a long distance remote control for their volume knob.....not to turn it down..but to turn it UP UP UP...till windshield and / or head was exploding....anyway, nice commentary on the subject...i'm through ranting
Stan Hall - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
More, more! Impossible to heap enough crap on (c)rap, but this is a dandy shovelful. :-)
Meriadoc - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
I like some rap, but have to agree with you on the gansta crap.
LadyCupCakes - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
555 for the rap on cRap: Their words are just too harsh for this lady's delicate ears
John Barry - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Some dese boys oughts ta see a head-shrinka. Could croon to da dude. Call it shrink rap. Really Astounding Parody.
Kristof Robertson - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Good point very well made, Guy. Rap, like any other musical form, has the power to (and occasionally does) move mountains. But generally, with the playahs and gangstas taking up all the space, all you hear is garbage. Excellent, dude. 555
Peregrin - January 18, 2008 - Report this comment
I vote 5's for More Guy, less cRAP... :)
Agrimorfee - January 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Good rap on the rap, you said so much. 555

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