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Song Parodies -> "[Know] Nothings Happened In Another Day"

Original Song Title:

"Something Happened to Me Yesterday"

Original Performer:

Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"[Know] Nothings Happened In Another Day"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

’ Nothings happened in another day;
Nothings after a while went away.
Nothings were quite loony,
Nothings, rather goony.
Nothings happened in another day.

They were around quite a long
time ago, but now they’re gone.
Well it seemed their movement was
nativist paranoid cause.

Nothings’ cause deranged, it’s clear to say;
they acted in a most peculiar way.
Yes those Nothings were screwy,
loonies full of hooey.
Nothings happened in another day
(older day).

Luckily they all are gone;
on the group was cast a pall.
Aspersions cast on the cause
in a nation ruled by laws.
Nut things.

Luckily the movement’s gone—
didn’t stick around too long.
Folks saw it for what it was,
and that then gave many pause.
Nut things.

Nothings pulled up stakes and went away,
their xenophobic thoughts no more in play.
They may not have been grifty,
but they were surely shifty:
Nothings who lived in another day.

In a few years they were gone…
time for celebration’s call.
What an awful time it was
during that paranoid cause.

Trump things happen in the current day:
Agencies that protect have gone away.
There’s Barr, a total loony
and Bannon, who’ll say, “Jew me!”
Nothings happening in a big way.

Seemed like they were dead and gone;
now we see: that idea’s wrong.
Nothings that have got no cause
to have these jobs, gained because…
Trump things.

Well, things ain’t changed too much essentially from how they were long ago.
Although we thought we’d said “Adios” to such a know-nothing band,
it seems there’s a reborn corps coming our way.
God help us! But wait, this can’t be right. If God existed, he/she would fight this blight.
The end.

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