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Song Parodies -> "Not Mine! ( dumb criminal story )"

Original Song Title:

"Outshined"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Soundgarden

Parody Song Title:

"Not Mine! ( dumb criminal story )"

Parody Written by:

Red Ant

The Lyrics

If you have ever seen Law and Order, CSI, NYPD Blue, Worlds Wildest Police Videos/Chases, or read the news you know that criminals do the dumbest things to avoid ( usually ) a relatively light charge and get into a heap of trouble ( and then think they will get out of it somehow ). This is for them.
I got up feeling beat down
I got caught being sold out
I kept the crimes a coming
But the runnings getting old now, oh no

Just made a little error
Things aren't looking so good
I'm leaving California
Fleeing non-extradition, country

I got to go, won't get crucified
I got to go, won't get crucified

Show me the warrant sir
I'd like to read
Seems I'm down on my luck today
Yeah, you have shown me felonies
Take me away
I'll be back on the street someday

Hey I'm saying, I'm saying
Not Mine! No Rights! No Time! False crime!

Noooh,mmmmm, whatthehell?

Someone let the cops out
They'll find out where the crime is
My a$$ is always puckered
When the cops are searchin', for me
I'm feeling that it's over
Every plot I'm thinking
It can't get any worse now
But I know I'm sinking..................

I got to go, won't get crucified
I got to go, won't get crucified

Show me the warrant sir
I'd like to read
Seems I'm down on my luck today
Yeah, you've shown me the felonies
Take me away
I'll be back on the street again

I'm saying, I'm saying
Not Mine! No Rights! No Time! False Crime!

ooooooh, oooh no, mmmm

Not Mine! Not! Not! oooh

I got to go, won't get crucified

Show my the warrant sir
I'd like to read
Seems I'm down on my luck today
You've shown me the felonies
Take me away
I'll be back on the street someday

Yeah I'm saying, I'm saying

Show me the warrant sir
I'd like to read
Seems I'm down on my luck today
You've shown me the felonies
Take me away
I'll be back on the street someday

I'm saying, I'm saying
Not Mine! No Rights! No Time! False Crime!

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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 9

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MrMacphisto - March 25, 2005 - Report this comment
This is one of my favorite Soundgarden songs, and this parody is pretty funny too...
Red Ant - March 25, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks MrMac. BTW, unless someone got the decade wrong, this is the first submission of "Outshined". :)
Scrawny Johnny - April 22, 2005 - Report this comment
Even though I've heard this song, I can't remember anything but the catchy chorus. Well, I'll go back and listen to it and then vote.
Scrawny Johnny - April 29, 2005 - Report this comment
Just heard the song on the radio and it reminded me of this parody, so there are your votes. Enjoy!!
Red Ant - May 01, 2005 - Report this comment
You mean alternative still gets airplay? I need to move to Texas or start my own radio station. Thanks SJ.
Scrawny Johnny - May 24, 2005 - Report this comment
Something told me to come back to this parody and I see your comment. The station I listen to down here in Dallas is called 93.3 THE BONE, a station that is NOT corporate-owned. So they play whatever the hell they want to play. Classic and new rock during the day, 3 hours of request at night, and let's not forget Mandatory Metal at 10. Saturday nights 9-12: Metal-shop; anything that's metal will be heard in here (including AIC). Sunday nights 9-12: Sunday Night Live; nothing but live tracks (and even bootlegs). I know I'm going on and on, but when our corporate-owned New Rock./Metal station (97.1 the Eagle) was, after 10 years of airplay, suddenly and unexpectingly cut, and oldies took over, I made the switch to this spectacular station that shows no holds barred. If you wanna hear it, they play it! I'm definitely one of their faithful followers. You can listen to it online if you want; you just might be surprised at what you'll hear!
Guy - August 16, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC05N)

* Jack - I watch a lot of what you are writing about and I can so relate. These doofs always get themselves nailed for their own stupidity. The day after Labor Day last year I was on my way to work at around 5:20AM. I intended to go straight across the highway out of my housing area, but then I realized that I needed to stop at the quicky mart which was a right turn and I was in the left lane at a traffic light that was red. So I made a right turn on red from the wrong lane. Yeah - a county sheriff was on me like white on rice. I pulled into the quicky mart and the deputy approached me saying "good evening, sir", to which I replied "Good morning deputy". He gave me a warning and as on his way in a jiffy. Had I said good evening back then he would have become suspicious thinking I'd been out all night and possibly impaired.

I had a hard time listening to the lyrics on the youtube video - I think the guitar drowned out the lyrics. So I can't tell how well this is written but given your track record I am sure it is spot on paced and timed. I liked the story line but didn't care much for the OS.
Melanie Lee - August 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Not bad, not bad, and not a bad-sounding little OS, either. Not too funny, but cute. 5-4-5.
bobpiecheese - August 19, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC5) Interesting idea, but I know next to nothing about the world of crime, haven't watched any of the shows you mentioned, and I'm pretty sure I've never heard of Soundgarden either. So...yeah, can't say much else here.
Leo Keough - August 19, 2009 - Report this comment
ABC5(N) Funny take on TV criminals!...Could have been improved with varied choruses...555!
Matthias - August 19, 2009 - Report this comment
This was okay... I wish you did more with the chorus changes than what you did, but like I said this wasn't bad at all...
Stuart McArthur - August 20, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) never heard the OS before Jack, but your lyrics fit over it quite well - not a stack of laughs, but I did chuckle at the polite manner in which you accepted your warrant - 555
Agrimorfee - August 20, 2009 - Report this comment
You've grown a bit snce this one...opportunities for more gags and chorus changes stick out like a sore thumb now.
Below Average Dave - August 20, 2009 - Report this comment
The choruses everyone is talking about didn't really seem like choruses to me, I thought they were bridges, which did confuse me as to why they were repeated. That said, I loved the pacing to this very oddly paced OS, and maybe it's because of my work with civil rights and my empathy toward the terrible criminal justice system, or maybe it's just because you dissed California using an awesome song by Soundgarden but I really enjoyed this one. . .I have to be honest--I would love to see you bring this song to your new style,maybe a '2009' edit.. .but I liked this one--you know that the justice system is something I feel strongly about--so maybe I'm biased here--but whatever--I liked it for that reason. . .

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