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Song Parodies -> "I Love My Gun"

Original Song Title:

"It's All Been Done"

Original Performer:

Barenaked Ladies

Parody Song Title:

"I Love My Gun"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I got a new gun for my girlfriend; on the whole, I think it was a pretty good trade.
I caught you when you broke in my home,
And I shot you right through your thick skull's dome!
Now you're gone; 'twas my right:
I bade goodbye, shot out your light!

(Woo hoo hoo!) I used my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) I love my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) Now you will run
No more!

I knew you thought you could get my gun.
But I blew your hand's fingers off, every one!
I hit your nose and your eye;
I'm laughing as you die!

(Woo hoo hoo!) I shot my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) I love my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) For what it's done
And more!

If I pull this trigger here
And if I take off your left ear
And if I hit you in the groin
I bet you'll groan and say--
("Ohhh!")("Ooh, dat smarts!")

(Woo hoo hoo!) There goes your fun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) I love my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) You'll have no son;
No more!

I bring brute force to my twenty-first century fights.
Control dorks try to take away my rights;
They will cry; then they'll fry!
See my gun? Now you die!

(Woo hoo hoo!) You see my gun?
(Woo hoo hoo!) I love my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) Suck on my gun,
You whore!

(Woo hoo hoo!) I like my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) Here's to my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) I love my gun!

(Whoo!) I love my gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) My lovely gun!
(Woo hoo hoo!) I've hugged my gun
To those of you who still believe all that gun-control crap: if you think the police are going to protect you, think again. (See the part about Warren vs. the District of Columbia) As Robert Heinlein says, "When only cops have guns, it's called a 'police state.'"

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Royce Miller - October 10, 2005 - Report this comment
Ooh, I bet you'll get accolades for this one.
Red Ant - October 10, 2005 - Report this comment
Offender; I agree:
<­BR>Fire extinguishers work better though, remember? PS- You ought to take a few minutes and make an account on, I have a few parody titles you may want to run with.
Offender - October 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Yeah, I remember the bit about the fire extinguishers. I just liked the idea of a more enthusiastic parody about being a proud "gun-hugger."

The trouble with forums like inthe00s is I tend to get into flame wars with total idiots, and you know how those are like the Special Olympics. (Even if you win, you're still retarded.) As such, I prefer to stay clear of them.

If you want to toss a parody title my way, go ahead, but I don't always know how to run with suggestions from other people. For example, I've been thinking for a while about one I heard about a while back, "You're Pristine, You're Beautiful, And You're Nine." I thought I might do it myself, but this was back when everyone was piling on Michael Jackson, and I didn't feel like running with the crowd. I may still do that one, but it's going to take a while to think of something really funny and not too obvious to go with it.

I'm going to be out next week, by the way: I'm headed down to Mississippi to help clean up some of the devastation there.
Red Ant - October 11, 2005 - Report this comment
True to an extent about the flame wars though I don't visit the political boards that much to know. What song does that title go to? First thought was "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" but it doesn't scan. As far as those titles go, they are quite offensive so I won't be listing them here on public boards, but I'm sure you won't have any problems coming up with new ones. I might be making an "Imagine" parody soon that you will probably enjoy. Was it you who posted as PJ O' Rourke on my "What's The Meaning?" parody?

Good luck with Mississippi, they can use all of the help they get.
Offender - October 12, 2005 - Report this comment
Yeah, that was me. Good ol' P.J. O'Rourke wrote some screamingly funny stuff about the 1960s, though that quote was actually from a description of confused Russians after Communism fell. I think that song you were parodying had the same meaning as "I Am The Walrus" which is: "We are all on drugs."
danel marrin - July 15, 2006 - Report this comment

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