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Song Parodies -> "Jarhead Bully"

Original Song Title:

"Wooly Bully"

Original Performer:

Sam The Sham and the Pharaohs

Parody Song Title:

"Jarhead Bully"

Parody Written by:

Callmelennie

The Lyrics

It occurs to me, after viewing comments on a YouTube video of Wooly Bully, that the generations that are still capable of siring offspring strongly links this song to the scene in the movie "Full Metal Jacket" where PVT Joker runs into PVT Cowboy, his buddy from Boot Camp and then trades insults with Animal Mother. So let's lyricise that scene shall we? ...... NSFW warning -- the whole scene is nothing but profanity so I'll probably be obliged to use some here.
Uno! Dos! .... One, two, tres, cuatro

'NAM! 'NAM! .... 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam!

Hey! .. Jarhead Bully!
Watch him now! Watch him now! ... Here he comes, here he comes
Watch him now, he'll diss ya

Mother taunts Joker
'Bout his "POG-ey"* role
Has got a joke
'Bout a new @$$h*le
Jarhead Bulli-i-i-i-ie! Jarhead Bully! (That's right!)
Jarhead Bully, Jarhead Bully, Jarhead Bully

Joker told Mother
With his razor wit
Let you have some peanuts
Find them in my $&!t
Jarhead Bulli-i-i-i-ie! Jarhead Bully
Jarhead Bully, Jarhead Bully, Jarhead Bully

Watch it now, watch it now, watch it

('NAM! 'NAM! .. 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam!)

(Cue soothing sax riff as PVT Eightball get up and pulls Animal Mother away from Joker before AM beats Joker to within an inch of his life)

Yeah! .. Chill! Chill! Chill!

Eightball told Joker
That the Mother's swell
Gets a loathsome comment
'Bout the sickle cell
Jarhead Bulli-i-i-i-ie, Jarhead Bully
Jarhead Bully, Jarhead Bully, Jarhead Bully

Stop it now, stop it now, here we go

('NAM! 'NAM! .. 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! 'Nam! .......)

POG -- People Other (than) Grunts. Term of derision used by Marine combatants to describe Marine non combatants

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Lucy Lement - September 23, 2016 - Report this comment
I remember hearing about this movie but I never saw it. So I cannot fully appreciate your lyrics. But from your preface, I can envision the scene and certainly applaud your creativity.
Rob Arndt - September 23, 2016 - Report this comment
One of Stanley Kubrick's best. I liked it when Mother goes all ape sh-t with the M60 and peppers the sniper's position. 555... about the ROF of the M60 ;-)
Callmelennie - September 23, 2016 - Report this comment
Not too surprised to hear that Lucy; "Full Metal Jacket" ain't exactly a chick flick. ;) The scene has to do with a ritual among enlisted called "dogging", similar to a Mafia "breaking the balls" routine. Joker is the movie's protagonist and Animal Mother is an exceptionally intimidating Marine. The lyrics refer to the most notorious lines in the dialogue, ie "You're a real comedian ... Well, they call me The Joker ... Well, I've got a joke for you; I'm gonna rip you a new a.....e " And then Joker mimics John Wayne and says, "Well Pilgrim, not until ya eat the peanuts out of my sh.."
Callmelennie - September 23, 2016 - Report this comment
Thanks, Rob. I was at Ft Bragg when this movie came out, and I recognized the behavior that AM was displaying. He's trying to establish dominance over those of similar rank, so that if higher ranks are killed in combat, he'll be the one to take over.
Jonathan - September 23, 2016 - Report this comment
in all fairness to Lucy I ain't a chick but haven't seen FMJ either! that being said still a funny parody 5's
Rob Arndt - September 24, 2016 - Report this comment
Hey CML, what do you think about Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon?" It's another favorite of mine of his...
Lucy Lement - September 24, 2016 - Report this comment
Thanks for the further description of the scene. I had never thought of doing parodies based on movie scenes. But now I can see how well it can work!
Callmelennie - September 24, 2016 - Report this comment
The idea for this came to me after Googling a video of "Wooly Bully" and seeing all the comments referencing the movie FMJ and especially the scene between Joker and AM. I did something similar with Donovan's "Atlantis" That song plays in the background of the scene in "Goodfellas" where Tommy DeVito pummels "Billie Batts", so here again, another song strongly linked to a movie scene. I called that one "Bill Batts' Death" ...... I think one criteria for doing this is that the song has an ironic link to the movie or the movie scene. What's more ironic than Donovan's hippie-dippy song playing during a brutal beat down
CML - September 24, 2016 - Report this comment
Rob, I didn't really appreciate "Barry Lyndon" when it first came out, probably because I was still a teenager. But now, upon mature reflection, I now believe it to be one of the ten best three-hour, Seven-Years-war-era films ever directed by a card-carrying Marxist. (But seriosuly, Ladies and Germans ...)
Callmelennie - September 24, 2016 - Report this comment
In all non facetious seriousness, I'm a big Kubrick fan. I've seen all of his films since "Paths of Glory', except for "Lolita" I was put off by Barry Lyndon when it came out, But seeing it thirty years later, I thought it was fascinating. I wasn't all that thrilled with "Eyes Wide Shut." On the other hand, any film that features a naked Nicole Kidman, a Renaissance-themed, High Mass-referencing orgy, and Tom Cruise whimpering for forgiveness like a little b*tch ain't a complete waste of my time. ;)
Rob Arndt - September 24, 2016 - Report this comment
I too love Kubrick's films and have most of them. My favorite, for obvious reasons, is "Dr. Strangelove." But am sad that he never did make a film called "The Aryan Papers" because "Schindler's List" would have made it redundant. He also never did his big-budget project "Napoleon" which would have been his greatest perhaps shot over many locations all over and with a magnificent cast and wardrobe! Also, it's worth noting that the KooKs that think the moon landing was shot in a studio believe Kubrick was the director!!! Seriously???
Coherent - September 24, 2016 - Report this comment
Since 1927, any movie called "Napoleon" would be redundant. You should know that. In technology, editing and filmic technique, Abel Gance was 100 years ahead of his time. Consider the final widescreen triptych. The version to see is Kevin Brownlow's 1981 restoration, with music by Carmine Coppola and a running time of 5 1/2 hours. It ends in 1797, at the start of the Italian campaign. This is the case because Gance anticipated that this would be Part 1 of 6. For full effect, arrange for a reprise at Radio City Music Hall.
Coherent - September 25, 2016 - Report this comment
I'm not much with computers, but I Googled or Goggled or Gurgled "Wooly Bully" and it came up as a song (lied) by Franz Schubert. It's magnificent; thanks for introducing it to me. It was sung by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau while Elisabeth Schwarzkopf was sitting on his face.
P.S. Your pacing was spot-on.
Douchebag Lennie - September 25, 2016 - Report this comment
I find it so very ironic that the individual who refers to himself as "Coherent" is anything but
Michael Pacholek - September 26, 2016 - Report this comment
I'm gonna drop and give you five. I uses to be able to do 50 pushups, but those days are long gone. I'm lucky if I can do 20 now. FMJ was playing while I worked at a theater, but I was working the concession stand so I never got to see it. I did get to see R. Lee get what was coming to him.
Callmelennie - September 26, 2016 - Report this comment
Ya know, MP, I think it would have been cool if Leonard had channeled the Jim Nabors Gomer Pyle in that scene where R. Lee gets it. When R Lee dashes into the latrine all yelling and stuff, Leonard could have said in his zombie voice ..... "Hey there ....... Sergeant ...... Carter" (BLAM!)
michael pacholek - September 30, 2016 - Report this comment
I love peter sellers is my favorite actor
Movie Fan - September 30, 2016 - Report this comment
Besides the Pink Panther franchise, Sellers is great in The Party, Dr. Strangelove, Being There, I Love You Alice B. Toklas, and the original Casino Royale... to name a few.

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