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Song Parodies -> "Dough-Rape Me"

Original Song Title:

"Do-Re-Mi"

Original Performer:

Julie Andrews

Parody Song Title:

"Dough-Rape Me"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Let’s start with their very big winnings--
Guys who weren’t good did their part
To completely strip U.S. Treasury.
Their “shenanigans” lead to dough-rape me.

AIG, dough-rape me.
Those cursèd loathsome scammers run free,
AIG, dough-rape me.

Dough-rape me a$$holes party. . .
Search me--could they be more sleazy?

Dough, they steal, then spear our rear,
’rraignments needed, but there’s none,
Me and you. . .they take our pelf,
Farrago, whose course ain’t run,
So, they’re thieving all our bread,
Laughing while they take some mo’,
T bills shrinking, all but dead,
Handing them big wads of dough-ough-ough-ough-ough.

Louse grifters, dough-rape me a$$holes and cons
Made foolish bets, and now all the money’s gone,
Not an iota left of bread,
’cause they swindled billions,
and ’cause they goonishly f**cked up.
We’re gypped.

No dough, hard, hard we’re dough-raped.
I’ll repeat that:
No dough, hard, hard we’re dough-raped.

Then:
Dough-go shark-sleaze dough-rape mo’.

Let’s put it all together:
No dough, hard, hard we’re dough-raped; dough-go, shark-sleaze dough-rape mo’.

No, they didn’t leave anything,
’cause they’re putzes, turds,
Scum scourge who spent our notes, like fins.

Wretched whores collect their bling,
Country sinks; this whole thing stinks.

Dough, they steal, then spear our rear,
Rape the profits till there’s none,
Me and you. . .they game our pelf,
Far off some of them have run,
So, they’re scheming for more bread,
Laughing while they shaft us mo’,
T bills stuff under their bed,
What will bring us back the dough-ough-ough-ough-ough?

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Harry - March 21, 2009 - Report this comment
Wow! and with the talking parts included! You, Sir John, are anointed KOP for today (king of parodies). You've outdone thyself again. 555 years of good fortune.
Timmy1000 - March 21, 2009 - Report this comment
I agree with Harry. Great job on the "backwards" do re mi's. Unfortunately, this tale is all too true. Spear our rear especially funny; might as well laugh while I'm getting reamed.
Beau Nuss - March 21, 2009 - Report this comment
I resent your 'fin-ly' veiled implications but 'in the end' must agree hole-heartedly with Harry & Timmy... brilliant!
Mark Scotti - March 22, 2009 - Report this comment
I'm tellin' ya, John, you have enough for a CD on these guys! You can title it AIG's greatest SH$TS....
John Jenkins - March 22, 2009 - Report this comment
Pretty good, but the AIG people did not really steal. They were given $180 billion by lawmakers who were grateful for $9 billion in political contributions made by AIG and its employees over the past 20 years (to both Republicans and Democrats) and were laboring under a confused "too big to fail" mind set.
Jim Rotondo - March 22, 2009 - Report this comment
We're not worthy, we're not worthy! Ingenious parody!

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