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Song Parodies -> "No Coincidence"

Original Song Title:

"Isn't It A Shame"

Original Performer:

Patti Labelle

Parody Song Title:

"No Coincidence"

Parody Written by:

Z-Police Productions, Inc.

The Lyrics

This parody is about African-American related issues in the 21st Century.
1st Verse:

It's so sad
That black people
Are being hated
and segregated all-time
They're super appalled
(Tell me more 'bout them.)
In addition to that
Black people
Kill each other
Don't care 'bout each other
So sad, they will be extinct one day

It's No Coincidence
(That's right)
Improperly raised children!
(With no fathers there to correct them at all!)
It's No Coincidence
You got a thousand years before you die

2nd Verse:

So extremely sad
That black people
They kill each other
(kill each other like big old fat animals
it's nonsense!)
Especially in Chi-town
(Tell me more 'bout them.)
And it's painful
That black people
Who have bigger strokes
Eating too much big ol' junk food
Blowing kidneys all the dang time

It's no coincidence!
(That's right)
Improperly raised children!
(With no fathers there to correct them at all!)
It's no coincidence
(Baby, you got a thousand years)
Black folks would never get along real well!

(You got thousand years before you die)



Mmm-mmmmm, mmmmmmm



Yeaaaaah, no coincidence

You got a thousand years before you...
Black folks would never get along really well


Black folks would never get along really well

Verse 3:
And how is it that
Black People
Who have mental
issues and sadness
having to be jobless now
(Tell me more 'bout them.)
Once again how is it
That now
Black People
Are at the bottom
(hated by white folks taking
jobs away from them now)
Blacks fought back it doesn't


No coincidence
(No, no sir.)

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Voting Results

Pacing: 3.6
How Funny: 3.1
Overall Rating: 3.6

Total Votes: 7

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Z-Police Productions, Inc. - April 28, 2017 - Report this comment
This would be a very dreadful song for black folks to sing. Black folks shooting each other is one factor that contributes to today's immorality in the United States.
Kubja Lüjie - April 29, 2017 - Report this comment
^ That's very deep. A thoughtful and wise analysis. Brilliant insight. Cuts right to the heart of the matter. You are a credit to your race.
Cliché Man - April 30, 2017 - Report this comment
This parody is pretty excellent. Actually, If you would of went further and cut to the chase, I'd say it was totally awesome. But that's coulda shoulda. LOL : )

Going forward, when the rubber hits the road, this parody is about an existential threat writ large, and at the end of the day we should take nothing off the table.
Cliché Woman - April 30, 2017 - Report this comment
I disagree with my Significant Other. I read the parody, and there's no there there.
CML - May 01, 2017 - Report this comment
I think we should take it all off the table and let the chips fall where they may
Cliché Man - May 01, 2017 - Report this comment
True, but to all intents and purposes when it's all said and done in the final analysis, the fact of the matter is that the opportunities are few and far between to achieve a level playing field and, in this day and age, to take the path of least resistance, think outside the box, and come full circle, which is par for the course in the current climate at this moment in time when a baptism by fire should be avoided like the plague in any way, shape or form, such as a mass exodus..
CML (Cliche Man Lite) - May 01, 2017 - Report this comment
^^Now who can argue with that?
Cliché Man - May 01, 2017 - Report this comment
^ "Who can argue with that?" The fool who wrote the cliché "All that glitters is not gold." Oh, yeah? How about gold itself? He meant "Not all that glitters is gold." Put that in your pipe and smoke it!

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