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Song Parodies -> "Asperger's"

Original Song Title:

"Starfμckers, Inc."

Original Performer:

Nine Inch Nails

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Joseph Little

The Lyrics

I've never been diagnosed, but I've been told
Lunchtime I sit, playing Magic the Gathering
Don’t you touch that wrapper of cellophane
My god, discovered in the latest science magazine
I am not a whiny little bitch trying to make a scene

Autism is fine and this time you shouldn’t believe the lies
I listened to everyone now I know that everyone was wrong
I'll be there for you as long as it works for me
I don’t play games
I take things literally

Asperger’s (abnormal mores)

I know every fucking thing and just a little more
I sell my soul if I could just find me a girl
And when I’m on the clock not a minute will go to waste
It's really not so bad you know once you get past 10th grade, yeah

Asperger’s (abnormal mores)

All my pain
how could I ever get through to you?
I’m so smart
I Bet you think this song is about me
Don't you?
Don't you?
Don't you?
Don't you?

I don’t belong I'm one of the chosen ones
I don’t belong I'm one of the intelligent ones

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 4.0
Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 4

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CML - October 09, 2019 - Report this comment
Someone at this site isn't a fan of your artistic vision, Joseph
CML - October 09, 2019 - Report this comment
I was diagnosed with this disorder when I was four years old. It was probably in.error, as my behaviors were probably due to some underlying milder disability aggravated by some highly stressful circumstances. They later walked back this disgnosis .. Interesting fact: I'm so old, I was actually treated by Cletus Asperger himself
CML - October 09, 2019 - Report this comment
BTW, everything in the previous post is true; except for the bit about Asperger himself. The man's first name was Hans, not Cletus
Joseph Little - October 09, 2019 - Report this comment
Theres probably just some kid just being a troll, it seems they are giving 1s to everybody. I pay it no mind Thats pretty awesome CML! honestly I havent heard about the disorder until recent years, but it explains so much about myself. I also don't claim to be a psychologist; I am sure there is more going on up there that I am willing to admit lol
Aspie - October 09, 2019 - Report this comment
Something I wish everyone knew: the pronunciation really ought to be "uh-sperg-er's" as that was how the name of the guy who discovered it was pronounced. The alternate way I hear so many people pronounce it sounds like a name for the world's absolute worst fast food restaurant ever.
Agrimorfee - October 10, 2019 - Report this comment
I am the father of an aspie--for not being diagnosed Joseph, you hit some relevant points very nicely, and I appreciate the fact you were not offensive or mean about it. There are MANY authors on the spectrum at this site.
Joseph Little - October 10, 2019 - Report this comment
I may not have the diagnosis, but I do have many of the characteristics! It would explain alot about myself. I definitely respect people on the spectrum; they always have a unique point of view

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