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Song Parodies -> "Toadies and Yesmen"

Original Song Title:

"Heroes and Villains"

Original Performer:

Beach Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Toadies and Yesmen"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

This version of Heroes and Villains is the Cantina version
I've been at this job so long
That my friends and family
Have thought for many years
that I've been wasting my life away

Fell in a career rut
that I can't get out of
In the windowless cubicle ghetto
Of the Toadies and Yesmen

Every day it is the same old thing
Certain co-workers degrade
to get the attention of the boss
Unfortunately, no real work ever gets done
In the windowless cubicle ghetto
of the Toadies and Yesmen

In the copy room
Workers talking like they're in a corner bar
About the boss's personal life
and how it affects their environment and attitude
(talk about the boss and his ribald sexual life)


My children were raised to
hate the corporate rule
We started slow long ago
Now they are independent and often cool

I know all the tricks
How to deal with the pricks
And as a result I'm all right
With the toadies and yesmen.

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Total Votes: 3

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Bobo - December 07, 2002 - Report this comment
The Cantina version? A very ambitious project to work on! I doubt many will recognize it that well... but well done for a great parody!

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