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Song Parodies -> "Hoodie Hoodie (worn by Trayvon Martin)"

Original Song Title:

"Goody Goody"

Original Performer:

Benny Goodman

Parody Song Title:

"Hoodie Hoodie (worn by Trayvon Martin)"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

This is what the alleged February 26 shooter in Sanford FL might say to his victim, if he had survived for a trial. The jilted lover in TOS savored the jilting of his ex by her new lover. My concurrent parody gives hypothetical testimony by the victim. Please read both to get a balanced perspective on this event until we know all of the facts.
Go to get some food for chowing down after meals - hoodie hoodie
So I'll get my gun; you let your pants down to heels - hoodie hoodie
So you gave me your one-two thrust as I caved under you,
And you broke my nose into pieces; cowed, I shot you through.

So you lie in wake, just stringin' the news each night - hoodie hoodie
I don't shrink, but shove gun barrel; it's my state's right.
In fray sans malice blew ya; too bad I never knew ya.
Should we hoodie for you? Wouldn't, couldn't for me!
Sanford's cops are satisfied; clue task's all through.

Note: I switched lines 1 and 2 of TOS before matching syllables.

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Pacing: 4.7
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Overall Rating: 4.3

Total Votes: 3

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Barry J. Mitchel - April 02, 2012 - Report this comment
In line 7, "slew" is more precise than "blew", but hard to sing after "malice".

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