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Song Parodies -> "No Particular Place for Joe"

Original Song Title:

"No Particular Place to Go"

Original Performer:

Chuck Berry

Parody Song Title:

"No Particular Place for Joe"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Hey, "Sarcastic Paranoid": Joe Lieberman is finished, and America is better for it! For the rest of you: The Metro-North Commuter Railroad comes out of New York's Grand Central Terminal and has a branch that goes into Connecticut, all the way to New Haven, home of Yale University. And Interstate 95 also goes through the Nutmeg State. Apparently, so do people who understand what it means to be a Democrat. The "Sarcastic Paranoid" has never been one of them, nor is he likely to be one in the near future, which is his loss, not America's.
Ridin' along in Connecticut.
Republicans think I'm such a nut.
Joe Lieberman's a guy who makes 'em smile.
Supporting Bush, who's running wild.
News is comin' on the radio:
There's no particular place for Joe.

Ridin' along on Metro-North.
Off to New Haven, I go forth.
I cast my vote just outside Yale.
And take the wind out of Joe's sails.
Hey, Ned Lamont, hey, way to go.
There's no particular place for Joe.

(guitar break)

No particular place for Joe.
He says, "Oy, vey," that means, "Oh, woe."
The night was young and the moon was gold.
So Joe decided to take a stroll.
Can you imagine the way he felt
when the Democrats gave him a belt!

Riding along I-95!
Trying to keep this land alive!
George Dubya, he holds a grudge
but the Constitution will not budge!
Joe Lieberman loves Dubya so
so there's no particular place for Joe!

(guitar fadeout)

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Cat - August 13, 2006 - Report this comment
Preach it, brother! I echo your sentiments exactly. And the "Oy vey" line was great.
alvin rhodes - August 14, 2006 - Report this comment
i sang along

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