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Song Parodies -> "Super-PACs-antidemocrat[ic]-threat-green-lit-by-SCOTUS"

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Mary Poppins Soundtrack

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Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

a BJ to those with dough,
a buy-election bonus.
“No collaboration with campaigns”
is strictly bogus.

Such riches, riches, riches, such riches plied,
much riches, riches, riches, much riches buy.

Court’s ruling gives its client clique
something that makes them glad.
Election protection was weak,
but now it’s sunk to sad.
The situation trumps absurd,
and all but Trump will go
to genuflect, perhaps get GERD
ex-post-blow-and-swallow. Blow!

a handjob to those with gobs
of gelt who rev the motors
of their yachts; elections bought
by Brobdingnagian boaters.

Such riches, riches, riches, such riches plied,
much riches, riches, riches, much riches buy.

The Citizens flag was unfurled
by the Court, and it meant
that there was now a legal way
to buy a president.
Dames, dudes with mucho manna
need not launder their money
through dark schemes, scams in the Caymans—
the process, now sunny. So. . . .

a BJ to those with dough,
who have been given notice
that they can kick back
and keep on track of eating lotus.

Such riches, riches, riches, such riches plied,
much riches, riches, riches, much riches buy.

The fat cats have been given run
to pay and pay and pay.
The lines that once were blurred,
completely washed away today.
The candidates are cashed fully;
legal corruption’s rife.
That thing that up your butt is hurled,
ain’t an oboe or fife. It’s. . . .


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Pacing: 4.8
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Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 18

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Rob Arndt - September 17, 2015 - Report this comment
I fully expected to see the rhyme with POTUS in the first verse, but you held out until the third. 555!
Patrick - September 17, 2015 - Report this comment
One "Supercali..." rhyme is tough enough to conceive, but you have a different one for each stanza. Wow! If money can buy elections, why has no candidate offered to pay for my vote? As former President Ross Perot would say.... The only thing worse would be public financing of campaigns, that would allow the incumbents and their bureaucracy to decide who was or was not a legitimate candidate. We'll see how far Donald Trump's money gets him. Great song. No one seems to be doing the "Seven" any more.
WarrenB - September 17, 2015 - Report this comment
JohnB, you never cease to amaze. If we just had a fraction of your vocablularizationisms... This was very cool.
John Barry - September 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Thanks, all.
Jonathan - September 17, 2015 - Report this comment 5's
Rob Arndt - September 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Hey JAB, just wanted to know when you might do another Spell? I'm holding at 697, but will probably break 700 next week.
Debra Lopez - September 18, 2015 - Report this comment
Enough with the God-awful Spells. When is Mr. Barry gonna do Julie Andrews again?
Andy Primus - September 20, 2015 - Report this comment

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