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Song Parodies -> "Animal Farm"

Original Song Title:

"Animal House"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Stephen Bishop

Parody Song Title:

"Animal Farm"

Parody Written by:

Mari Aranoff

The Lyrics

The inspiration for the following (for those who haven't read the book) is George Orwell's "Animal Farm," a metaphor for Russian Revolution and the rise of Communism about 100 years ago. It concerns a group of farm animals who overthrow their master and try to run the farm themselves. They are successful at first...
Life for c-c-creatures on the farm was hell
The dying boar Old Major yelled "Rebel"
Said ev'ry man was a useless lout
So the beasts kicked Farmer Jones out

The farm prospered, going strong
All the animals got along
Snowball and Napoleon had charm
And brains, so those pigs were leaders...

...of the
Animal Farm, Animal Farm, Animal Farm,
Animal Farm, Animal Farm, Animal Farm

Horse Boxer was a working fool
And Squealer was Napoleon's piggy tool
With attack dogs, they'd cheat, steal and lie
Was Moses the Raven really a spy?

But then the rules changed much more than a bit
Jones returned and threw a hissy fit
A big battle was fought, men died or they quit
Snowball was ousted by the dictator-shit

COMMUNISM

Their ideal was not to be
Not a Snowball's chance for the beasts
In this Communistic allegory

TWO LEGS ARE BAD!
FOUR LEGS ARE GOOD!

FOUR LEGS ARE GOOD!
TWO LEGS BETTER!

They were not safe, sane, Or well!

Those porkers, with their slaves in tow
Had become what they hated so
No better than the humans at their gigs
It all just goes to show us that men are pigs...

Animal Farm, Animal Farm, Animal Farm,
Animal Farm, Animal Farm, Animal Farm

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Johnny D - March 25, 2004 - Report this comment
DKTOSBIWID ... good write, Mari !
alvin rhodes - March 25, 2004 - Report this comment
funny one...5s
Jack Wilson - March 25, 2004 - Report this comment
We are reading this book in Reading lately, its great, and so is this!!!! AWESOME JOB! Johnny : Ya dont know this original? Its at the end of Animal HOuse during the ending credits, if youve seen AH
Scott - March 25, 2004 - Report this comment
Funny!!
John Jenkins - March 25, 2004 - Report this comment
"not safe, sane, or well!" Great line. Very well done parody.
Michael Pacholek - February 05, 2005 - Report this comment
This just in: John Vernon has died at age 72. He played Dean Wormer in "Animal House," the Mayor of San Francisco in "Dirty Harry" (the first film), a crusading coroner in the 1960s Canadian TV show "Wojeck," and drug kingpin Mr. Big in "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka," in which he stepped out of character and defended his right to appear in an exploitation movie. It may have been his finest work.
Michael Pacholek - February 05, 2005 - Report this comment
And did voices for "Pinky & the Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain..."!
white trash - May 21, 2009 - Report this comment
very good

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