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Song Parodies -> "Wealthless"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Crosby, Stills, Nash (& Young)

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Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

you kill the wealth you kill yourself
we are down and with no where to go
the creeps come for men with cash to spare
and in my mind, I still have a place you know
all my change is saved there

true, odumbas now building cars
this buffoon on the rise
air force one flies across the sky
and it's shadows scare brooklynites

wealthless, wealthless wealthless
maybe will he help us now?
the same old shlock he taxes spending more
how is this helping me somehow??

true, new windows are made for cars
gm stock on the rise
t-birds we're buying but greener-sized
this is shadowing our lives

wealthless, wealthless wealthless
maybe will he help us now?
the same old shlock he taxes spending more
how is this helping me somehow??

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Pacing: 4.2
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Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 5

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Poli-tick-ly Incorrect - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Malcolm, I like your new nickname for the president, "Odumba". Keep up the good work!
Jim Rotondo - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Fantastic, just saw Neil do this last night on VH1 Classics showing of "The Last Waltz". Perfect parody, 555's.
McKludge - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Didn't you say you were Canadian? I'm not saying you have no right to write about American taxes, but I'm curious as to why you care. It would be like me writing about the tax policies of Paraguay.
malcolm higgins - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
I care because the second greatest nation on earth ( besides Canada) is our best friend, neighbour, and biggest trade partner. Whe America sniffles, we get the flu.. as the old adage goes. I want everyone to be free, healhy, and have the rights to say what you feel. That also includes he right to disagree, and be free to say so. The silencing of dissidents is wrong. I don't like what Lefties say, but it is their GIVEN RIGHT to say it, and I defend it. I care because the free world is influenced by it's biggest country of free( for now) citizens. BTW, You have the smarts to do a tax song on Paraguay.. Of some of the wits here, you have the chops to pull it off. try one.. probably get fives.. ( in Paraguay, you could only get 5's if you were in the top 10% of the population.. it holds most of the wealth)
Timmy1000 - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Nice song and well stated reply, Malcolm.
Tommy Turtle - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
McKludge: I wrote about menstruation ( even though I've never had a period and it's never affected (or bothered) me. Why the sudden limitation of topics to those that affect the writer directly? Not to mention Malcom's 100%-correct reply that the US economy affects the rest of the world strongly. I guess you've never studied Economics (TT has an MBA in it, FWIW), but that is indeed a globally well-known adage: "When the US catches a cold, the rest of the world gets pneumonia" (or variations like malcom's). Do you not remember the Soviet Union? Did you not think that what they did or didn't do affected the US strongly in many ways? ... ok, enough.

Malks, you've made the point again. You can't make yourself or the country richer by taxing more and spending more. 555

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