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Song Parodies -> "Segragated"

Original Song Title:

"I Wanna Be Sedated"

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Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

David Pratter

The Lyrics

This song I decided to do after listening to "I Be Educated", which was a funny recorded parody and I liked it! I thought I'd do a parody too. I was thinking of something that rhymed that I could dwell on the subject of for all lyrics to have a theme, and there is a reason why this one came to mind. As a youth, many people I grew up around in any social environment thought I was kind of weird. On the inside, I am very smart and intelligent, but some people think I'm weird just by the comments I sometimes make, and the way I act. I don't intend to offend people or act strange, it's just that I cannot help myself sometimes. I did not have many friends as a youth, because I am socially challenged, and today in college, that is still a problem for me at times! Many other people have mental disabilities like me, but that doesn't mean we are bad people!
Loser, loser loser, they all say to me
I'm always segregated
Geeky, geeky, geeky, they say that I be
I'm getting segregated

They, won't let me join clubs now,
Can't entertain my time
Wish I could be friends now,
Wish I could be inline
My attitude sounds nerdy,
I really think it's fine
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Weirdo, weirdo, weirdo, they all say to me
I'm being segregated
Nothing to do, can't get them to see
I'm really segregated

Just, let me hang with you guys,
Take me as a friend
I will help you study
Give treats every weekend
I wanna socialize with
you folks until the end
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Creepy, creepy, creepy they think that I be
Why am I segregated?
Nothing to do, they they think a dork is me
I am so segregated

Just, take me as I am now
I think it's only fair
Tell me why you hate me
Is it 'cause my hair?
Looks can be deceiving
You act like I'm not there
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Dorky, dorky, dorky you think that I act
Hate being segregated
Make me your friend now
Friendly I act
Don't want no segregation

Just, let me in your clubs now,
So much I really know
I can help you study
Keep time right on the go
You'll ace all of your tests yeah
Because you'll learn the show
Oh woah woah woah woah woah!

Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, Don't keep me segregated!
Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, Don't keep me segregated!
Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, Don't keep me segregated!
Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, Don't keep me segregated!

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Johnny D - November 08, 2003 - Report this comment
Great parody of a great Ramones classic. And yes, David, I can relate! Back in my elementary and middle school days I was often picked-on by the jocks and the in-crowd because I was more intellectually inclined than athletically or socially inclined. I can still remember being chased home one day from 3rd grade by some bullies. Things started to change in middle school when I finally decided enough was enough - I enrolled in a traditional karate dojo and began training. When those jerks at school found out about that, the abuse didn't totally cease, but it did change from physical to verbal. That was all right with me! I eventually went on, over a period of years, to earn the karate rank of shodan/first degree black belt, which did wonders for my confidence and self-esteem - and that, in turn, led to my social liberation and escape from total nerddom. I also got heavily involved in middle school and high school dramatics, acting in plays and musicals, and I went on to become the president of my high school's drama club.....I met my first girlfriend through my participation in my high school's theater group. Cheer up, my friend - there's hope for our people - we just need to ignore the jerks, concentrate on having fun enhancing our own self-esteem, and get involved as much as possible with groups of like-minded souls with whom we can practice and polish our social graces. I wish you the very best of luck, David. Peace.

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