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Song Parodies -> "Chicago"

Original Song Title:

"I Love You"

Original Performer:

Barney and the Backyard Gang

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Trauma surgeon moves to Chicago and fails to save his dying wife and raped daughter. He hits the streets for revenge...
Bruce Willis is now Paul Kersey
Holds a grudge,
Killed his wife and hurt his daughter too,
Oh what fun it will be killing you!

Blacks, Whites, scum...

Guns, M16s,
Kersey payback in many shootings
Press "Grim Reaper" nudge,
Police don't know what to do,
"Death Wish" remake by Roth coming soon...

Bodycount huge!!!

November 22, 2017

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Pacing: 4.6
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 12

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Jonathan - August 07, 2017 - Report this comment
not sure if I want to make a pun about the band, Chicago, the song, The Night Chicago Died, or Bruce Willis... 455
Jeff - August 07, 2017 - Report this comment
You got a deathwish or something? :))
Never Lynched Nobody - August 07, 2017 - Report this comment
The original, with Charles Bronson, must have been hugely satisfying for sociopathic viewers. That's what's scary about the film. It's propaganda for unregulated private gun ownership and a call to vigilante justice. Even the cops seem to see it that way; Bronson becomes a folk hero as the New York Vigilante, and the mugging rate drops fifty percent. So the police want to catch Bronson, not to prosecute him for murder, but to offer him a deal: Get out of town, stay out of town, and we'll forget this. Bronson accepts the deal, and in the movie's last scene we see him taking an imaginary bead on a couple of goons in Chicago.
Nothing stands between the innocent and the blood-lusting vigilante but the Rule of Law. A good example is The Ox-Bow Incident (1944) with Dana Andrews, Henry Fonda, Anthony Quinn, et al.

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