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Song Parodies -> "Today's The Day"

Original Song Title:

"I'm So Excited"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Pointer Sisters

Parody Song Title:

"Today's The Day"

Parody Written by:

GaryRay

The Lyrics

Admittedly, I didn't spend lots of time re-lyricizing this tune, but I'm going for the funny mental image I hope it will evoke. Picture the long depressed liberal community (since Bushmeat's 2000 election) finally letting it all go, dancing wildly or erotically about, flailing their arms, heads turned toward the sky, joyously singing at the top of their lungs--that is, if they win one house of the Congress.
Today's the day we're gonna make it happen
Today we'll give those chimps a hard tail-slappin'
Mark your ballots all Dems and show me a happy election
We're goin' for those pleasures on victory night
I want to love you liberals, feel you
Wrap myself around you
I want to squeeze you, please you
I just can't get enough
And if you make a real good show
I'll let myself go

I'm so excited and I just can't hide it
I'm about to lose control and I think I like it
I'm so excited and I just can't hide it
And I know, I know, I know, I know libs
I know I want you

We shouldn't even think about our past sorrow
Bitter memories of chimps won't last a long, long time
We'll have a good time, libs
Don't you worry
And when we get around to Dubya
We'll just impeach him
Let's get excited, ooh
We just can't hide it, no, no, no
I'm about to lose control and I think I like it

I'm so excited and I just can't hide it, no, no
I know, I know, I know, I know libs
I know I want you, I want you

[Instrumental Interlude]

Oooh, liberals, I want to love you
Feel you, wrap myself around you
I want to squeeze you, please you
No, I just can't get enough
And if you make a real good show
I'll let myself go

I'm so excited, oooh-weee
I just can't hide it
Oooh, I'm about to lose control
And I think I like it, oh, yeah
I'm so excited
And I just can't hide it, no, no, no, no, no
I know, I know, I know, I know libs
I know I want you
Want you

[Instrumental Interlude]

Look what you libs do to me
You've got me feeling up
Oooooooooooh
I'm so glad you got to me
I've got to give it up
Oooooooooooh
LIberals, I'm so excited
(What you do to me)
I just can't hide it
(You've got me feeling up)
I'm about to lose control
And I think I like it, yeah
I'm so excited
(I'm so glad you got to me)
I can't deny, no, no
I know, I know I want you...

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Jason - October 12, 2006 - Report this comment
This has got me very confused. A great deal of this parody contains the original song lyrics. And inserting the word "liberals" into the original song line "I want to love you, feel you Wrap myself around you" has really screwed the pacing up. And what is the parody supposed to be about?! Im very sorry but I have to award you a low vote of 222. If I have offended you in anyway feel free to shout back at me.

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