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Song Parodies -> "Leftist Man"

Original Song Title:

"Sharp Dressed Man"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

ZZ Top

Parody Song Title:

"Leftist Man"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

clean shirt, slick shoes,
you never know what he is gonna do
he speaks, he lies,
he don't need no reason why
we should recall every one that we can
the world would be better with no leftist man

gold watch, silken slacks,
bought them both with all your income tax
cuff links stick pin,
open pockets, and the cash goes in,
we should recall every one that we can
the world would be better with no leftist man

top coat, top hat,
he'll tax the rich, says that they're too fat
stained dress, silk gloves
the "oral" office is their shrine for love
we should recall every one that we can
the world would be better with no leftist man




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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 3.0
Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 1

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Pat - August 18, 2003 - Report this comment
hehehe...oral office...hehehe! 5's
Michael Pacholek - August 18, 2003 - Report this comment
"I'm glad to pay taxes. They are the price of civilization." -- Oliver Wendell Holmes. "I wouldn't mind paying taxes if I knew they were going to a friendly country." -- Dick Gregory. "Nice try, Malcolm, but if I'm gonna give a good rating to a parody whose politics I disagree with, it's gonna have to be a lot better than this." -- Me.
Adam Zen B. - August 19, 2003 - Report this comment
ZZ Top? Put the wrong title in there. 21st century schizoid man is the original. Didn't get the idea from my "Rightwing man" by any chance?
malcolm higgins - August 19, 2003 - Report this comment
we are opposed politically mike, I can deal wih that... you once told me to get a new hobby with the "I want to bang merry but is pippin a girl and would I bang her too songs" when will you tell you know who to write something other than a lefty whine ???? huh?? me
malcolm higgins - August 20, 2003 - Report this comment
my guess is that this song, called "willy don't be a lefty" will never pass the censor ( read Chucky) so I'll send it in for the comment board ...lol sung of course to the tune of "billy don't be a hero" the "enter" hit, and it went in to Chucky, another song was made today was it all whiny and commie and suckie? shrub this and all that once again? and when I see the comments part disabled, I want to jump and say why don't you let us tell you our thoughts? and then you could hear me say.. Willy, don't be a lefty, don't be a fool with your skill Willy, don't be a lefty, come join the right for a thrill, and as we take over the world, we'll say, Willy, arent you just thrilled? Willy, don't be a lefty, turn right to me the battle raged for number one writer, submissions placed again each day while one was funny and always so varied, "shrub" was all the other would say "a little man who wants to butt in" and this and that about him each day but nothing funny was ever put in, I'm sure there is so much else to say... we all say... Willy, don't be a lefty, don't be a fool with your skill Willy, don't be a lefty, come join the right for a thrill, and as we take over the world, we'll say, Willy, arent you just thrilled? Willy, don't be a lefty, turn right to me I heard that old Chuck used discretion, the song of Will was cut that day at least I think I got that impression, it wasn't anything you could say... I know this song 'twas better.. one day.......
Guy DiRito - August 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Malcolm - You said it so well in your comment song. I think a lot of us would like to see comments on his parodies. I know for a fact I don't vote on a lot of songs if the comments are not enabled. It just seems the natural thing to do, is after you vote, to leave a comment about the song. Will writes some good things but he does kind of get stuck on the same thing so much. After a while it gets old since it all starts to sound and look the same. He probably wants to stay in the top slot so he writes what he writes best. But that is just numbers and doesn't mean a lot, at least to me. It would be nice once in a while to engage him in conversation. I know that a few of us have tried to get him to comment to us by getting a song about him past Chuckie. I know I did one, but I would never use up the time on another. C'mon Will, let us talk to you once in a while, huh?
ChuckyG - August 20, 2003 - Report this comment
William Tong is the reason I don't require comments on parodies. I know the comments on the parodies would just be filled with garbage from people arguing over their political viewpoints, and not the merits of the song. I already see comments I have to delete from some of the political parodies, and I'm sure he'd see much worse on his. The fact is, William Tong has his own parody website, which is political themed, and that's his target audience, not amiright. I didn't approve Malcolm's parody, because it targets a specific parody author, though I have in the past, from time to time, allowed a few to go through. I don't want the site to turn into one giant flame war between parody authors (hence the rule).
Jeff Reuben - August 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Alan, ZZ Top did this song back in the early 80s.
Diva - August 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Thanks for clearing that up for us Chucky G. I agree that we should vote on the merit of the parody whatever the subject, and do our political battles elsewhere. Comments are nice compaion to the votes , but I must say I have seen the comment board abused time and time again. Sometimes it is -all our war.
Bubba - August 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Funny, although William almost never allows comments on his parodies, he has been known to offer comments on other people's parodies. Doesn't seem fair, but oh well. I'm one of the lucky few who "got away with one" (before I knew about the rule), but it wasn't as if I was flaming William the person. I'm sure William is a good guy, and he's certainly entitled to his opinion. What I was "flaming" about was his propensity to write "Dubya" and "Shrub" parodies almost exclusively. There's more to life than politics (right?).
ted - July 08, 2004 - Report this comment
good pacing, but dont like the politics
Know 1 can hear you dream - October 17, 2004 - Report this comment
I'll stay neutral on the subject, but 434.
Dylan Baranski - October 30, 2006 - Report this comment
Personally, I feel that everything will be all right once the Republicrats gain power. And for that to happen, Lincoln Chafee's gotta be re-elected (Trust me, he IS a Republicrat, look it up for yourself).

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