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Song Parodies -> "Distorter"

Original Song Title:

"Informer"

Original Performer:

Snow

Parody Song Title:

"Distorter"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

What's the difference between Darrin (Snow) O'Brien and George W. (Snow Job) Bush? Snow the rapper speaks English better and makes more sense. And, while briefly popular, he was quickly and properly rejected by the American people.
(Georgie)
Distorter!
You know, say, Daddy, me, Georgie, they gonna blame!
Approval rating down!
News-guy man, he say
say President Bush
he President who so lame!
Approval rating down!

Katrina Hurricane come and-a it blow down de door!
Me sit on me ass at me ranch in Texas.
And me big war in Iraq still got inflammation.
So de people, dey get such aggravation.
Well, de aggravation, me wish they-a never mention.
And me approval ratings hit de bottom!

Distorter!
You know, say, Daddy, me, Georgie, they gonna blame!
Approval rating down!
News-guy man, he say
say President Bush
he President who so lame!
Approval rating down!

Bigger me am, me think me have more power.
Dere on de phone and dey call for hour.
Dey wonder why Dubya, he a-being so dang zany.
Me want to go shootin' them like Dick Cheney.
And me love being President, but me silly.
Yes, say, Dubya, me, whoa, me, I feel dumb and deadly.
Yes, the one, V.P. Dick, and the one Georgie Bush
together we-a kick 'em right in de tush.

Distorter!
You know, say, Daddy, me, Georgie, they gonna blame!
Approval rating down!
News-guy man, he say
say President Bush
he President who so lame!
Approval rating down!

Listen to me! Ya better listen to me now!
Listen to me! Why don't ya listen to me now?
When-a me rock-a the microphone, me rock on steady-a!
Yes-a, buddy, de Fox News has de article on
But de liberals dey a-pounce and dey say, "What ya lie for?"
People dem say I come from New Haven
but me born and raised in de Texas, I want ya to know-a!
Pure rich people, man, thats all I man know!
Yeah, me shoes are-a boots, boy, an-a my toes used to cramp-a!
Where me bro steal votes, Miami and Tampa!

Distorter!
You know, say, Daddy, me, Georgie, they gonna blame!
Approval rating down!
News-guy man, he say
say President Bush
he President who so lame!
Approval rating down!

Come with de nice young lady.
Intelligent, yes, she name, it is Condi.
Everywhere me go, me never read her nice memos.
Yes-a Dubya Bush, me are the wrong sham man-a.
Wrongs between-a dancing round-a da nation-a.
You never gonna see de benefit of me cut-a tax-a!
Me gonna knock you down flat in-a one cardboard box-a!
Yes-a, buddy, me Bush, me-a go makin' like a flop!

Distorter!
You know, say, Daddy, me, Georgie, they gonna blame!
Approval rating down!
News-guy man, he say
say President Bush
he President who so lame!
Approval rating down!

(How could we?)
(Vote for him?)

(Mike)
Me sittin' 'round cool with me Elfin Princess girl.
Police knock my door, try give us whirl.
She freeze dem and dey can't do a thing.
Me use me Jedi power, cops dey won't ring.
Watch de TV station, watch CNN.
Bush he go down, and do me want him, no, man!
What are we gonna do? We backed and we trapped!
Smack him in de face, he don't get my dap!
He have no clues, global gonna get warmer!
And Bush he turned distorter!

Distorter!
You know, say, Daddy, me, Georgie, they gonna blame!
Approval rating down!
News-guy man, he say
say President Bush
he President who so lame!
Approval rating down!
The mention in the last verse of a certain diminutive yet most definitely regal presence was a blatant attempt to get an easy five-rating. It's OK to have a big ego, or even a needy one, as long as you admit it.

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Lurker - March 24, 2006 - Report this comment
IAgain, apologize to Michael Pacholek, John Barry, and everyone else here. I realize that free speech is what separates us from Communists, Nazis, etc. Thank you all for fighting to protect my right of free apeech from those who would take it away from us.
Michael Pacholek - March 24, 2006 - Report this comment
Since when do you have the right of free apeech, Lurker? OK, I know it was only a typographical error.
Yogi Berra - March 24, 2006 - Report this comment
Typographical error? The hell it was, it was a clean base hit!
Tommy Turtle - March 25, 2006 - Report this comment
Yogi Berra, good one!!!! Seeing you here is like "deja vu" all over again - will you be posting some parodies, Yogi?
Michael Pacholek - March 26, 2006 - Report this comment
If the real Yogi were to answer that question, he'd probably say, "Posting some parodies? It ain't workin' too well for the NFL, is it?" (meaning "parity") Actually, the "typographical error" line comes from Johnny Logan, the shortstop for the Milwaukee Braves' pennant winners in the late Fifties, but it's often misattributed to Yogi, and most of you won't recognize Logan anyway. (Yes, Milwaukee once won pennants, and the Braves weren't always in Atlanta!) Somebody once told Yogi, "You're a fatalist!" He said, "No, I'm not. I don't collect stamps!" (That would be a "philatelist.") Yogi once saw friends pull up to his house in a new car, and they brought a dog with them. The wife asked Yogi, "What do you think of my new Afghan?" Yogi said, "It's nice. I'm thinking of getting a Vega." He thought she was talking about the car, not the dog! Yogi's a little convoluted, but he knows his baseball. And while Pittsburgh slugger and Mets broadcaster Ralph Kiner often attributes his own malaprops to hanging around Yogi and Casey Stengel when they were managing the Mets, Yogi was apparently like that long before he met Casey, the man who once said of a rival manager's strategy, "Well, well, well, I heard it couldn't be done, but sometimes, it don't always work." Supposedly, when he was 12 years old, Yogi was yelled at by a teacher, "Don't you know anything?" And he said, "I don't even suspect anything." And if I may feed my ego one more time, and you'd like more from Yogi, check out the following: http://www.amiright.com/parody/70s/thevillagepeople17.shtml

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