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Song Parodies -> "Super California Lists Some Runners With Neurosis"

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"Super California Lists Some Runners With Neurosis"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

For a less realistic look at the candidates see this news article: ------
Don't fiddle in the middle, your bid'ill die.
Don't fiddle in the middle, your bid'ill die.

Super California lists some runners with neurosis.
Gray cannot rebound from this,
There's one that's quite ferocious.
Movie parts he plays quite rough,
A robot symbiosis.
He's on California's list an actor heterosis.

Don't fiddle in the middle, your bid'ill die.
Don't fiddle in the middle, your bid'ill die.

They even got a little geek,
He still looks like a lad.
His sitcom came on every week,
He had a rich guy dad.
He'll back the gay concerns the word,
Is he a twinkle toes?
He's just one runner in this herd,
So in his hat he throws.

A super Californicator psycho sensualist.
Even though he fondles it,
No longer works his phallus.
Wants to show them in the buff,
The cheerleaders of Dallas.
Super Californicator might be overzealous,

Don't fiddle in the middle, your bid'ill die.
Don't fiddle in the middle, your bid'ill die.

There's still another star unsung,
"The Bra That Ate L.A.".
Her billboards are absurd,
And they don't have too much to say.
So voters choose most carefully.
Can cut you like a knife.
This fights about the governor,
Gray Davis brought you strife.

It's Super California's list some runners with neurosis.
Some on California's list need mental diagnosis.
It's that California twist that causes mass hypnosis.
New California governor will lead them thru osmosis.

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Pacing: 3.7
How Funny: 3.7
Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 3

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neminem - August 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Dallas and overzealous don't even come close to rhyming. It was otherwise a really good parody, but that was just jarringly bad. So I could only give you 4/5/5.
Guy DiRito - August 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Meriadoc - August 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Um...I think Dallas and zealous DO rhyme in Texas. So I'll give you all fives.
Michael Pacholek - August 09, 2003 - Report this comment
One of those "It'll never fit if you force it" parodies. Nice idea, like thinking Arnold Schwarenzegger can handle the job of Governor of Delaware, let alone California, but that won't work either. And Merry, you gotta remember: In Texas, people talk funny. They think "subliminable" is a word, "put food on your family" makes sense, prove that knowning what the meaning of "is" is ends at the Arkansas border (remember "Is our children learning?"), and think that "Oklahoma" rhymes with "wool slit." (For those who don't get it, see "Longhorn football.")
Rice Cube - August 09, 2003 - Report this comment
I like it. And I don't think even the "Governator" would wanna mess with Texas ;-)
Pat - August 09, 2003 - Report this comment
It is one very funny parody!
Guy DiRito - August 10, 2003 - Report this comment
Merry - I did think of something else that did rhyme better than 'zealous' but decided to keep it as some Texans do have 'thet drawal' that identifies them so well. SA has a much different flavored accent to their speech. It's that old Tex-Mex language that is spoken so regularly here. It's not English and it's not exactly Spanish and the local dialect is colored well with it. Surprised that anyone picked up on that. :D And thanks for the kudos. - September 05, 2003 - Report this comment
Songs about the California recall are totally inappropriate, as are parodies of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, so I can give this no better than 5's.

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