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Song Parodies -> "This Postal Song Wants Your Stamp Of Approval"

Original Song Title:

"Short Skirt, Long Jacket"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Cake

Parody Song Title:

"This Postal Song Wants Your Stamp Of Approval"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

Do you remember snail-mail and stamps? Maybe you're too young, they're both almost obsolete. Then again there might still be time to save them by taking away the governmental monopoly on stamps, they're always so booooringly politically correct. Ain't it about time to let that business get wild and free?

A YouTube version of the original song can currently be found here.
I want a stamp with a pundit with shiners
I want a stamp of Beyonce's chest
I want a stamp with Bumper Nuts
And one that targets the IRS

I want more stamps to go off the plantation
With sharks and burros
And Trump's dental plaque
I'm postal in my visionry
I think it's only fair
I'm warning the community
I'm holding none back

I want a stamp with a Goth Barbie in blaaaack casket

I want new stamps to upset folks monthly
(Why not Daily?)
I want a red stating "Russia's Great!"
(Rush...What? Wait!)
I want a ban on the statutory monopoly
It's useless and it's shitty with Deep State red tape
I think the sales would be illustrious
And the postmen they hafta get off their ass

My plan's infernal
But out of my ass
I'm warning our community
I ain't got no class

I want a stamp with a wet oyster an' a loooong, long Knockwurst

I want a stamp showing sloth fecundation
(No Secondation!)
I wanna lick the backside of Friends
(Get a Girlfriend!)
A septic tank on crap mail is my melody
(Man! He's GONE mentally!)
People should go back to writing with pens

I wanna lick back old Hillary's pap test
I want a stamp that says "I'm With Nerds!"
Let's change the game back from spam-mail to snail-mail
Let's trade out the presidents and old leaders with chevrons

I want a stamp with some fat joints an' some doooope crackheads

© Peter Andersson. (This one was for the current round of ONE WEEK NOTICE challenge, this time hosted by Matthias. You too can be a host and help us save Amiright, or for starters simply join a round for your own fun - details are to be found under "Amiright Events" on the front page).

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Matthias - May 04, 2018 - Report this comment
This one gets my stamp of approval. You did turn this into a list parody but it’s a very funny list! Reminds me of your Ej*cul*te parody because of the obsurdity of the list
Agrimorfee - May 04, 2018 - Report this comment
Buncha weirdness here, but good weirdness. In America, the postal rate has changed so often, the Postal Service issues stamps as "Forever" instead of a specific denomination. Meanwhile, the Postal Service has drastically cut many services and manpower due to lack of incoming cash. Perhaps some of your ideas will increase letter writing.

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