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Song Parodies -> "Supremacist Radio"

Original Song Title:

"Mexican Radio"

Original Performer:

Wall Of Voodoo

Parody Song Title:

"Supremacist Radio"

Parody Written by:

Hu's On First

The Lyrics

U.S. Representative Walter B. Jones (R-NC) is in hot water after making an appearance on the white nationalist/supremacist radio show "The Political Cesspool". I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt in assuming he was unaware of the show's true agenda, but it still shows poor judgment on his part that he didn't research them further.
"In the name of the greatest people that have ever trod this earth, I draw the line in the dust and toss the gauntlet before the feet of tyranny, and I say segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" *

He ran for Congress, and he won it
Oh but now he's gone and done it
Went on the air and answered questions
A show that gives folks indigestion

They don't have jingles, they don't have music
Just talk about race, that's when they lose it
A bunch of hicks; ain't got no DJ's
(They hate the blacks and Jews and the gays)

He's on supremacist radio
He's on supremacist, oh-oh, radio

The show is aired on, like, three stations
They rant about the miscegenation
They think that Jim Crow was awesome
I would advise you just to toss 'em

Don't do supremacist radio
Don't do supremacist, woh-oh, radio

""The Good Lord was the original segregationist. He put the black man in Africa. ... He made us white because he wanted us white, and He intended that we should stay that way." **

They wish they were back in the 20s
They think that one Jew is too many
They take their calls on the telephone
They want to send the Asians home

They love the Southland that was older
They'd send Hispanics south of the border
A bunch of hicks and bigots who say
They hate Chinese and Jews and the gays

He's on supremacist radio
He's on supremacist, woh-oh, radio
Don't do supremacist radio
Don't do supremacist, woh-oh, radio

Radio, etc.

"We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children" ***

He's on supremacist radio
He's on supremacist, woh-oh, radio
Don't do supremacist radio
Don't do supremacist, woh-oh, radio

Radio, radio
(They're not okay)
Radio, etc.
Radio, oleo, radio, etc.
* -George Wallace, segregationist Alabama governor ** -Ross Barnett, segregationist Mississippi governor *** -The "14 words", a mantra used by many white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups

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Meriadoc - September 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Good job Hu, and quite funny. Great working 'miscegenation' in there... ! :D
A Certain Rock Trio Is the ONLY Rush 4 Me - September 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Excellent! Once again you expose a politician's TRUE COLORS. I despise all this dittohead AM mayhem blubberbutt hate radio. GIMME MUSIC! Another great title you can use for this topic is "Devil's Radio" by George Harrison. Keep Kool.

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