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Song Parodies -> "Secret Service Man"

Original Song Title:

"Secret Agent Man"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Johnny Rivers

Parody Song Title:

"Secret Service Man"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Another one I can't believe somebody didn't think of ages ago.
(guitar opening)

There's a man who watches out for danger.
The man he protects just seems to get stranger.
With every lie he tells
his pants cue fire bells.
The odds are, our boy's job's still hard tomorrow.

Secret Service man!
Secret Service man!
He's watching Dubya blunder
into yet another shame!

(guitar break)

Beware of little pretzels that you find.
How did that story enter Dubya's mind?
Aw, be careful what you see
in White House in D.C.
The odds are, our boy rolls his eyes tomorrow.

Secret Service man!
Secret Service man!
He's watching Dubya blunder
into yet another shame!

(guitar break)

Secret Service man!
Secret Service man!
He's watching Dubya blunder
into yet another shame!

(guitar break)

Clearing brush on Texas ranches one day
and then driving designated back home next day!
Aw, no, Bush let a new lie slip!
Dubya's such a drip!
The fire extinguisher's used tomorrow!

Secret Service man!
Secret Service man!
He's watching Dubya blunder
into yet another shame!

(guitar break)

Secret Service man!

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Pacing: 4.0
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Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 13

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Lurker - March 11, 2006 - Report this comment
What a moron you are, Polak Mike! You don't even realize that anyone who is smart enough and brave enough to be a Secret Service agent is bound to be a conservative and an admirer of President George W. Bush (one of the five best presidents in U.S. history). You must not have heard how all the Secret Service agents detested the worthless scum (Slick Willy and Slick Hillie) in the 1990s. They pitied poor Chelsea (and Amy Carter before her).
More On - March 11, 2006 - Report this comment
Speaking of morons, Lurker, you give them a bad name. But you do have one thing in common with the cretin you so slavishly lavish praise on. You're both morons.
Larry Hensley - March 12, 2006 - Report this comment
Really funny, so true, 5's!
I. Getthegag - March 12, 2006 - Report this comment
It finally dawned on me: "Lurker" is a satirist of Swiftian proportions, because no one could genuinely be as much of a knee-jerk reactionary idiot as he/she would cleverly have us believe. Through seemingly moronic postings, "Lurker" has flawlessly maintained a benighted, imbecilic, and fascistic facade without once breaking character. Congratulations, Lurker. Voltaire would be humbled by your genius.
Michael Pacholek - March 13, 2006 - Report this comment
Lurker: Bush, one of the top five? You probably also think Brian Mulroney, John Diefenbaker and Charles Tupper were Canada's three greatest Prime Ministers. The Secret Service must truly have admired both Clintons, since they led this country for eight years despite being the most hated President and First Lady of all time -- or at least the most-intensely hated -- and no one even got close enough to make a serious attempt to kill them. "Conservative"? Bush is no conservative, he's a radical fascist. I Get: While I'm impressed by your use of language, and hope to see more of it in the future, I question your assessment. Lurker not only is a true believer in all the garbage he spews here, he's probably unaware of Swift and Voltaire, and his character is most certainly broken.

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