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Song Parodies -> "Sleaze Tech Heavies Are Big Brother"

Original Song Title:

"He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Sleaze Tech Heavies Are Big Brother"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

They’ve gone so wrong—
malevolent rap they’ve earned.
All your data they will share…
Before long,
you’ll owe all fealty to them:
sleaze tech heavies who’re Big Brother.

Now, we all know:
Our welfare ain’t their concern
All about us that they care:
dough they snare,
data snared, then shared.

Once Big Bro’
was DC’s bureaucracy.
Now tech heavies are Big Brother.

They are, one and all,
avatars of badness;
they’ve mastered the art.
They have made a really bad mess;
our privacy they’ve smothered

It’s a long lost hope
that their evil can be spurned.
Craven “legislators” bare
butts, prepared.

On the ropes
they now have us, one and all.
Sleaze tech heavies are prick mother’s.

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