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Song Parodies -> "Exaggerate Me, Iludium!"

Original Song Title:

"55 Days at Peking"

Original Performer:

Movie Theme

Parody Song Title:

"Exaggerate Me, Iludium!"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

The tagline of this parody is no doubt inspired by the "Crunchitise me, Cap'n!" slogan for Cap'n Crunch cereal, obviously one of those HFSS (high-fat/sugar/sodium) such no longer widely recommended for children as are its target audience. The song itself was a #1 hit "Down Under" per Rob E.G. back in 1963.
Fox News you just can't trust,
The same with WorldNetD.,
Newsmax and such of that ilk;
"Exaggerate me, Iludium!"

The ConWeb's full of lies
And gross hypocrisies
Reflective of that ilk;
"Exaggerate me, Iludium!"

And if G-d created grass,
And Man created booze,
Who, then, can you trust?
"Exaggerate me, Iludium!!"

With your Wolferman's and tea,
Or coffee, if you prefer,
Get opinionated, for once and all,
Get beyond sensational!!

Is it likely that the worst
Of the homophobes out there
Are really closet queens?
"Exaggerate me, Iludium!!"

Whoe'er this Iludium is,
He can has cheezburger
(So long as it's turkey);
"Exaggerate me, Iludium!"

His long-standing distrust
Of things conservative,
Byproduct of past abuse;
"Exaggerate me, Iludium!!"

He loves Wisconsin Dells
And TGMnGT--
The Minnesota State Fair,
As he abbreviates the same!!

It's about time you create
A healing time and space
Beyond Reality--
"Exaggerate me, Iludium!!"

And as long as you're making
The same a daily thing,
Get your online shopping done
Off that very selfsame blog

Called "The Exaggerator,"
Which this song was all about;
You oughta shout it out quite loud:

(simulated bomb explosion)
If you've been this piqued to see for yourself what exactly this blog known as The Exaggerator is all about--just click on the title. (The song just parodied greets you as the blog downloads.)

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