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Song Parodies -> "Kill the Prez"

Original Song Title:

"Jabberwocky"

Original Performer:

Lewis Carroll

Parody Song Title:

"Kill the Prez"

Parody Written by:

Mike Armstrong

The Lyrics

Thought I'd throw my hand into the poetry pot. I enjoyed it immensely.
Twas April and the message board
Shows no love for me, so Mike says,
"I feel our par'dy's underscored"
And who wins? SHOCK! Claude Prez.

Beware his dex'trous prose my friend
His puns they bite like mortal sins
Beware his wicked rhymes again
And my JESUS he always wins!

I took my warped pencil in hand
But BLAST! My perfect song's just fair.
Began to sway to another way
Just kill the Prez. You'd care?

So thus to solve my fervent plight
To Claude's abode with instrument
I moved to strike, no more to write
Was my ghastly intent.

One-two! One-two! NO! What to do?!!
He disarmed me with flawless song!
Before I knew, I'm back with you
Just wond'ring what went wrong.

"So did you kill the king" Mike asked?
And I, with tearing eyes, no glee
Responded, "GOD! That freaking Claude
Is too damn smart for me!"

So early May, I sit and stare
And still my cohort Mike he says,
"Just how now do we try to best
Uber genius, Claude Prez?"

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Agrimorfee - May 04, 2005 - Report this comment
Hehe, watch out, the Secret Service might come a knockin' on your door with a title like that. ;)
Johnny D - May 05, 2005 - Report this comment
"He disarmed me with flawless song!" ... Yeah, our Claude has a way of doing that, doesn't he, heh heh heh! Good job, Mike.
Melhi - May 07, 2005 - Report this comment
Love this!!! Trying to write in the same arena as Claude always reminds of that Roger Daltrey interview where he's talking about what it was like to bring a song he was really proud of having written to the other members of the Who, only to have Pete whip out some masterpiece like "Tommy."
Claude Prez - May 07, 2005 - Report this comment
I enjoyed it immensely as well. Wow, I had no idea this was a country song. Just kidding; I DO KTOP.
Phil Alexander - May 07, 2005 - Report this comment
ROFL! Beware the Claude4Prez indeed...
Agrimorfee - August 08, 2005 - Report this comment
(ABC05) A clearcut case of "Lyricist's Envy". (it's ok, we all feel that way sometimes;)).
Dee Range - August 13, 2005 - Report this comment
ABC...We all have CLAUDIUS ENVIOUS....he's that good. So is this!
Stuart McArthur - August 13, 2005 - Report this comment
(K) - great tribute Mike, to the (now returned with a vengeance) great Claude Prez!
Jeff Reuben - August 13, 2005 - Report this comment
ABC: I'm sure MR. Prez is proud!
Red Ant - August 13, 2005 - Report this comment
(ABC05) I know Claude has won or placed many times in SOTM. And Claude has indeed returned with a killer parody. 555.
Scathe - August 15, 2005 - Report this comment
(ABC-K) :-)
- - December 22, 2009 - Report this comment
Good choice of parody.

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