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Song Parodies -> "Back In The White House--Again!"

Original Song Title:

"Back In The High Life Again"

Original Performer:

Steve Winwood

Parody Song Title:

"Back In The White House--Again!"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Back in 2003
In the vote to bomb Iraq,
I believed in Colin Powell--
Crap, I had to take that back!

And when Obama won
It was hard to bide my time,
But thanks to my coalition
I'm back to reclaim what's mine!

I'll be back in the White House, again!
All the drapes I chose that time
Will all get hung again!

I'll be back in the White House, again!
Oval Office comfy chair
Will softly squeeze me in!

(Saxophone solo. Obamas dancing around. Jay-Z counting ballots. Robby Mook drinking a Mazel Tov Cocktail.)

Bill, he used to be the Prez,
Threw health care reform to me--
But impeachment was a shitstorm
'Cuz Lewinsky, what a tease!

The Senate showed me how
Compromise can get shit done--
So I'll reach across the aisle
And in four more years, I'll run!

We'll be back in the White House, again!
All the soynuts Bill can eat,
We'll grow them, start a trend!

We'll be back in the White House, again!
FBI that dogged us once,
Go lock up Trump and friends!

And we'll make all solar panels free,
Just like pre-K through college, see?
Obamacare, pass TPP!
Back in the White House, again!

We'll be back in the White House, again!
Lincoln Bedroom's listed on
Airbnb for rent!

We'll be back in the White House, again!
Infrastructure's funded by
The fat cat one percent!

I'll have grandkids, one or two with me,
And after 2023--
Michelle Obama just might be...
Back in the White House, again!

White House!
Back in the White House!
Oh, Bill, he's back...
┬ęBob "Crack In My Skylight Again" Gomez 2016

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Pacing: 2.8
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Total Votes: 19

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Callmelennie - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Hillary was less active this October than FDR was in October, 1944. And we all know how FDR powered through whatever was temporarily ailing him to serve out 5% of his fourth term, right? .... Come now, there is something seriously wrong with Hillary. She may not even live to see January, 2021
Harry S Truman - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment

Picture this historic event. It is November 1952. The Korean War is still raging with still no end in sight. Hawkeye Pierce has crashed the peace talks to protest, is apprehended and taken back to MASH 4077. Henry Blake is beside himself on what to do with Hawkeye and after a series of questions he says to Hawkeye, "Did you really call the general a "Nin Com Pac"?

Meantime half way around the planet I am holding up a newspaper with a four inch headline that reads "DEWEY WINS!"

What follows is no longer Harry Truman commenting but one of your fellow parody authors. You know me but I do not wish to put my name on this. Reason being is that me being me may bring out the trolls and start a flame war and we just do not need this at all.

Bob, I am so sorry to see this happen to you. It shows your commitment to your cause and I respect that. I know it has got to hurt but love it or leave it, we still have the absolute best country in the world, no matter who happens to be in power. You are one of the best writers out here. I remember "White Out". I have the utmost respect for you as a great writer and as a decent human being. Peace brother.

For what it's worth you get 15 electoral votes.
Analyst - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
There are two Americas, and half of us are in the wrong one. If we are Muslim or Mexican, or an undocumented alien, or gay, or any color other than white -- or all the above, and because we live in cities which are on the atomic bomb hit list, and because we have no nostalgia for male hegemony and white dominance,we have reason to be fearful. The Stoli is flowing in the Kremlin. We have officially become what Marine Le Pen and German and other right wing groups in European countries have only achieved on the fringe. If there's a Civil War here, we lose because, by definition, the other side has the guns. I fear for national security with Gen. Flynn as NSC head, Gingrich as Secretary of State, and that disgusting gnome Giuliani as Attorney General.

I think what we're seeing is the apotheosis of end-stage capitalism, wherein the wealth gap between the few and the many reaches a tipping point. The imbalance is hastened by breakneck advances in technology which promote human obsolescence and shorten careers. This is exacerbated by the uncontrolled, unmediated, conspiratorial over-communication enabled by social media. That, in turn, is aggravated by the migration of warring tribes of colored people from exploited, authoritarian, medieval regimes to the socially and economically advanced homelands of the white masters of the universe, who then become militant and overtly racist defenders of their privilege and their national borders. Finally, we have the failure of liberal democracy, which has descended into kleptocracy, harboring agents of patchwork reforms and free passes to college which are unavailable to white peasants. And who among erstwhile workers who held lifetime factory jobs, which now reside in Mexico and Bangladesh, care if the caudillo who takes charge of enforcing law 'n' order likes to grab p**sy?

CML: Having a coronary bypass does not make you a physician. You would be more believable as a fortune teller reading Hillary's palm. And FDR was not "temporarily ailing" during the 1944 campaign. He was in heart failure with blood pressure so high it startled his personal physician.

Bob, you have courage, writing your politically unpopular parodies on this heavily right-wing/Alt. Republican site. I'll give you 5s not for that but for the quality of your writing.
CML - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Yes, Analyst I knew that about FDR -- It's quite possible that I was being facetious when I said FDR was "temporarily" indisposed, just as it's quite likely that I am being facetious in this very sentence that I am typing
Analyst - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
If you're so inscrutably facetious, CML, we can't accurately parse what you write. For example, when you state, "Come now, there is something seriously wrong with Hillary. She may not even live to see January, 2021," I don't find you facetious, but flippant and cruel.
Patrick - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Well written and paced. I was up until 2:30 local time to hear the results. So, I am assuming you wrote this yesterday before the final tally came in. You capture Hillary's dreams as well as anyone here has done. I was always fond of the OS, so I tend to judge favorably on that basis, too. Whatever else Trump may do, I'm sure he will provide us all with material to write about.
Pat Harris - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Callmelennie hasn't a clue. The guy gets his jollies by inserting himself in controversial threads. There's already a call for Michelle Obama to run in 2020! I'd like to see Ivanka Trump run against her! This was Hillary's last chance.
Bob Gomez - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Thanks as always for the votes and comments. I decided a long time ago that I wasn't going to use the comments section as a forum for argument, while appreciating its value as such. I prefer to let the satire I write stand on its own without speaking for it. That said, I gratefully accept Analyst's praise, which is high praise coming from the person I think it is coming from.
John Lomain - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
I would've much rather had Hillary win than Trump, although I dislike them both. Still fun parody despite what happened

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