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Song Parodies -> "Hillary Clinton"

Original Song Title:

"Eleanor Rigby"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Hillary Clinton"

Parody Written by:

John Jenkins

The Lyrics

Ah, look at all the haughty Clintons,
Ah, look at all the naughty Clintons.

Hillary Clinton disses the right from her perch as a left wing has-been,
Lives in her spin.
Defends her husband, claiming a plot of the right wing is what got him framed.
Is she ashamed?

Slick Willie Clinton, writing the words to a memoir that he hopes you'll buy.
We all know why.
Counting his money, trying to get rich and pay all of his legal fees,
Buy his book, please.

All the haughty Clintons,
Why do they condescend?
All the naughty Clintons,
So many rules they bend.

Ah, look at one ambitious woman,
Bill looks for ten pernicious women.

Hillary Clinton ran for New York's Senate Seat and won - thanks to her name.
Oh what a shame!
Slick Willie Clinton trying to flirt so he stays far away from D.C.
And Hillary.

All the haughty Clintons,
How do they get the vote?
All the naughty Clintons,
Is there an antidote?

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Pacing: 4.3
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 39

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 4   6
 5   27

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Leo Jay - April 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Hill-Billy, flaws notwithstanding, are actually ok by me, but I'm a firm believer in the separation of art and state so, 5-5-5.
Royce Miller - November 11, 2004 - Report this comment
John, I had voted on this at the time you wrote it but didn't leave a comment; can't believe I didn't, but it's a great parody.
Kat - January 08, 2005 - Report this comment
I don't understand how those 2 can be so popular!
tom Neiman - March 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Great! If she somehow is elected President, I suggest she adopt this as her theme song at her inauguration to be performed and sung by one of her music icons, Elton John. The song is titled "The Bitch is Back."
John Jenkins - March 15, 2007 - Report this comment
Thank you, Tom. It was a very pleasant surprise to see a positive comment on a 3-year old parody.
John Nesbiy - June 20, 2007 - Report this comment
Are you kidding me. You obviously can\\\\\\'t be a patriot or a christian.
Tommy Turtle - May 20, 2009 - Report this comment
Have a positive comment on a 5-year-old parody that is every bit as topical today, if not more so. Brilliant re-working of OS, nailed both characters, and fave couplet: "Ah, look at one ambitious woman, / Bill looks for ten pernicious women." And no, there seems to be no antidote to power-lust or other-lust. 555+++

JOHN NESBLY: You obviously have never had a college course in logic, but your statement reduces to:
NOT Clinton fan = NOT patriot ... and
NOT Clinton fan = NOT Christian.

Rephrased in the (contra)positive:
"All patriots are Clinton fans, and all Christians are Clinton fans." Aside from the fact that the vote totals contradict both (plenty of good patriots and good Christians voted against each of them), that proposition is ludicrous on its face.
John Jenkins - May 20, 2009 - Report this comment
Unfortunately, Mr. Nesbiy will probably never see your comment, TT. But I did and appreciate your logic.

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