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Song Parodies -> "Those Boots Were Made For Mocking"

Original Song Title:

"These Boots Were Made For Walking"

Original Performer:

Nancy Sinatra

Parody Song Title:

"Those Boots Were Made For Mocking"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

About a month ago, Michelle Obama made an appearance on a show hosted by Sarah Jessica Parker sporting a jaw-dropping outfit consisting of a canary yellow satin overcoat with a slit that showed a pair of glittery-gold, thigh-high boots with six inch heels that cost $4000. The instant she saw MO, Sarah Jessica Parker exploded in a paroxysm of mega-fawning which is the subject of my second song of the evening, "Loco-Notion Dress"
You keep saying you got a thing like Jackie
Something they called style, but confess
You're hot-messin' when ya should have been dressin'
And what you're trying to say here's anyone's guess
Those boots were made for mocking
And that's just what we'll do
One of these days those boots
Will make a mockery of you

You're thigh-bootin' when you oughta be scootin'
You're Rupaulin'* when you oughta be Bess (Truman, that is)
You're street-ho'ing when you oughta be Diorin'
What's class is class, and you ain't Onassis yet
Those boots were made for mocking
And that's just what we'll do
One of these days those boots
Will make a mockery of you

You're gold-fishin'* so we're gonna keep dishin'
And you keep thinking that the Clingers dont count
I just posted another batch of memes now
And pretty soon the cred-hits are gonna mount
These rubes aint 'fraid of mocking
And that's just what we'll do
One of these days these rubes
Are gonna mock all over you

Are you ready, Rubes
Stark mocking ......

Nyuck .. nyuck nyuck nyuck nyuck
Nyuck, nyuck nyuck nyuck
Nyuck, nyuck nyuck nyuck

(This next one deals with the fawning reaction of the Obamabots to Meesh's crime against fashion .. done to Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath")

In the grovelling madness
Of the Loco Notion Dress
Fawns the all time looners
Adding loss to their cred
They squeel about satin drapings
Screams breaking into howls
Oh Parker she lost the handle
And the ravings wont stop coming
No, they wouldn't slow down

See the lefties tossing off
On Facebook one by one
FLOTUS and her thigh boots
On stage and looking dumb
Oh they're scrawling on their Twatter posts
About the strength of Meesh
Oh Proggies, you've lost the handle
And your ravings wont stop growing
No they wouldn't slow down

You hear their rehearsed talk points
Captive voices in cabal
And the Big Bird bathrobe
Has got their minds in thrall
Oh, let's pick up 'Linsky's bible*
Open to Rule Five*
I say, "God they've lost all standards"
And their crazy wont stop growing
Oh, they've gone full clown

No, they wont slow down
No, it wouldn't slow down
Oh, they've gone full clown
Oh, they've gone full clown .....

*(Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals, Rule 5 ..... Ridicule is mankind's most potent weapon)

*Some of the descriptions of Michelle's ensemble included "Michelle's Rupaul as Big Bird statement" and "Michelle's goldfish hooker look."

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