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Song Parodies -> "I Loathe Nazi Trolls"

Original Song Title:

"I Love Rock and Roll"

Original Performer:

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts

Parody Song Title:

"I Loathe Nazi Trolls"

Parody Written by:

Ingeborg S. Nordén

The Lyrics

If you've been here recently, you've seen some rather gruesome parodies about Hitler and Nazi Germany posted under some regular contributors' names--people who would not have written that kind of parody in a million years. Here's a protest parody dedicated to whoever is pulling this off...
[instrumental intro]

I saw some parodies written up on the screen
I knew the Holocaust was vile and obscene
These new pro-Nazi songs
I think they're sick and wrong
It won't be long till Chucky takes 'em down, you'll see
You'll see
Another song on Hitler will be his-to-ry
You'll see
Because

I loathe Nazi trolls
Keep your racist slime off our website, crazies!
I loathe Nazi trolls
Keep your hateful slime far away from me!

It's vile, the way you steal everybody's name
'Cause people matter, and genocide's no game
Please keep your filth at home, and leave the site alone
Your text moves hatred on, vile as can be,
You see
I'm vexed when you write on atrocity,
So flee
Because

I loathe Nazi trolls
Keep your racist slime off our website, crazies!
I loathe Nazi trolls
Keep your hateful slime far away from me!

[instrumental break]

I said, "Keep your filth at home, and leave the site alone—
Your text moves hatred on, vile as can be,
You see
I'm vexed when you write on atrocity,
So flee"
Because

I loathe Nazi trolls
Keep your racist slime off our website, crazies!
I loathe Nazi trolls
Keep your hateful slime far away from me!

[repeat and fade]

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Total Votes: 20

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neminem - December 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Nazis! Hitler! By the power of Godwin's Law, I declare this song... extremely funny, as well as relevent.
Olvan The Terrible - December 18, 2004 - Report this comment
What the hell? Whoever voted three ones for this song is probably a Nazi.
alvin rhodes - December 18, 2004 - Report this comment
clever...and i second your opinions...5s
Michael McVey - December 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Funny and to the point, though I hope you don't mind a few anti-Nazi or anti-Hitler parodies now and then. Der Hatemonger deserves to be vilified for all time! --MM
Ingeborg S. Nordén - December 18, 2004 - Report this comment
*Anti-*Nazi ones, yes...but the songs that inspired this protest seemed to put Hitler's actions in a good light, or make his genocide into a joke. Even though none of my family would have been killed in the Holocaust, I think that lyrics which glorify anti-Semitic violence don't belong here.
Stuart McArthur - December 18, 2004 - Report this comment
of course I agree that Nazis are misguided and have no place here, but this one makes me a little uneasy because "loathing" and "anger" are what THEY do
Ingeborg S. Nordén - December 18, 2004 - Report this comment
True enough, though I'd never advocate genocide against a group that ticked me off--no matter how badly. There is nothing funny about death camps, sniping at Jews with shotguns, or any of the other gruesome racist violence that the "Nazi troll" was writing about; even worse, this guy was using established contributors' handles to make THEM look pro-Nazi. That's what inspired the "loathing" behind my lyrics.
Phil Alexander - December 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Well put, Ingeborg. "Keep your racist slime off our website, crazies!" was just right :-)
Arwen - December 21, 2004 - Report this comment
I'd just like to pipe in and say that yes, Nazis are bad. I agree. But this song ROCKS simply because the plural noun "crazies" always makes me giggle.
Michael Pacholek - December 21, 2004 - Report this comment
NINE-teen-FORTY-five! (clap, clap, clap-clap-clap) NINE-teen-FORTY-five! (clap, clap, clap-clap-clap) NINE-teen-FORTY-five! (clap, clap, clap-clap-clap)
Dylan Baranski - January 16, 2007 - Report this comment
5-5-5! I totally agree with this song's sentiments. However, are you sure that this is based off of the version that Joan Jett did by herself? I ask this because Joan Jett recorded a solo version of this song in 1979, but that one wasn't a hit. Then she recorded it again in 1982 with her band The Blackhearts, & that one was a hit. So, which one is this based off of?
Ingeborg S. Nordén - March 17, 2008 - Report this comment
The only version I've ever heard is the one performed with the Blackhearts, so that was what I went by.

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