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Song Parodies -> "Baby Parts"

Original Song Title:

"Baby Face"

Original Performer:

Little Richard

Parody Song Title:

"Baby Parts"

Parody Written by:

Porfle Popnecker

The Lyrics

I don't do "topical" parodies very often but when I thought of this one I couldn't resist.
Baby Parts
We sell the cutest little baby parts
We're like a chain of little baby marts
Baby Parts
Tiny hearts for pumpin'
We sell instead of dumpin'

Baby Parts
We're rollin' seven
When you're filling up your carts
You know we need the dough
Because we love it so
Sellin' little baby parts

Baby Parts
Some folks would shoot us for these baby parts
Just take a gander at our latest charts
Baby parts
Two kidneys and a liver
Pay extra, we'll deliver

Baby Parts
The vacuum's revvin'
And the menu's a la carte
Along with parenthood
We're plannin' somethin' good
With these little baby parts

Baby Parts
We're makin' loot with little baby parts
When would-be mother's wee mistake departs
Baby Parts
That bump's no longer showin'
Our inventory's growin'

Baby Parts
You really need us
When the fetus harvest starts
And the abortionist
Has your shopping list
Full of little baby parts

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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 37

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Alan Gutmacher - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
It's one thing to oppose abortion; another to report that fetal organs are harvested from the procedure for financial gain. Therefore, 511.
Agrimorfee - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
That's totally sick. That's totally funny.
Clutching Stomach - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
Ooh... talk about black comedy...
Onslaught - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
I was thinking of doing this to Dead Babies by Alice Cooper, I may still. 5's.
Rob Arndt - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
Great concept- 555! Future slogan: Gerber... not just baby food anymore!
Porfle Popnecker - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
Thanks for the comments!
Callmelennie - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
Little Richard sang "Baby Face?"
Geesh - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
^ yes he did, you nincompoop!
Porfle Popnecker - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
I think everybody sang it.
Callmelennie - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
First of all, Geesh, this is a Porfle Popnecker Parody thread, so no negativity is permitted. Second. I think it is a little surprising that Little Richard would sing a song that was popularized by Al Jolson, who, while being festooned in blackface, also sang the immortal lyrics "I'd walk a million miles for one of your smiles, my Mammy." I would think by your standards that would be pretty doggone racist .. and why would Little Richard be singing a song popularized vy a racit
Patrick - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
The use of this light-hearted tune perfectly fits the nonchalant way in which the abortion industry views its evil practices. One thing about doing controversial and topical material, you will get comments. Excellent rhymes. This would make a very chilling video. I hope someone takes up this parody. And for all you "pro-choice" folks, remember, us old people are next. How do you think the progs are going to "bail out" Social Security.
Rob Arndt - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
CML, "Baby Face" was sung by Little Richard in 1958. It has been used by close to 30 artists! Even Marie Osmond and The Muppets!!!
Alan Gutmacher - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
CML: Jolson was not, by any stretch of the imagination, a racist. As early as 1911, at the age of 25, Jolson was already noted for fighting discrimination on the Broadway stage and later in his movies. At a time when black people were banned from starring on the Broadway stage, he promoted the play by black playwright Garland Anderson, which became the first production with an all-black cast ever produced on Broadway. He brought an all-black dance team from San Francisco that he tried to feature in his Broadway show. He demanded equal treatment for Cab Calloway, with whom he performed a number of duets in his movie The Singing Kid. He was the only white man allowed into an all black nightclub in Harlem! African Americans perceived Jolson as a friend.

According to the St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture: "Almost single-handedly, Jolson helped to introduce African-American musical innovations like jazz, ragtime, and the blues to white audiences.... [and] paved the way for African-American performers like Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, and Ethel Waters.... to bridge the cultural gap between black and white America."

Patrick: Congratulations: You have revived the right-wing lunatic fringe's specter of death panels.
Factual - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
Lennie, proven wrong again!
Jolson Biographer - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
Performing in blackface makeup was a theatrical convention of many entertainers at the beginning of the 20th century, having its origin in the minstrel show. Working behind a blackface mask gave Jolson a sense of freedom and spontaneity he had never known. According to film historian Eric Lott, for the white minstrel man "to put on the cultural forms of 'blackness' was to engage in a complex affair of manly mimicry.... To wear or even enjoy blackface was literally, for a time, to become black, to inherit the cool, virility, humility, abandon, or gaité de coeur that were the prime components of white ideologies of black manhood."

As metaphor of mutual suffering, Jazz historians have described Jolson's blackface and singing style as metaphors for Jewish and black suffering throughout history. Jolson's first film, The Jazz Singer, for instance, is described by historian Michael Alexander as an expression of the liturgical music of Jews with the "imagined music of African Americans," noting that "prayer and jazz become metaphors for Jews and blacks." Playwright Samson Raphaelson, after seeing Jolson perform his stage show Robinson Crusoe, stated that "he had an epiphany: 'My God, this isn't a jazz singer', he said. 'This is a cantor!'" The image of the blackfaced cantor remained in Raphaelson's mind when he conceived of the story which led to The Jazz Singer.

Finally, it should be recognized that Jolson was an American war hero who made the supreme sacrifice for his country. During WW2, he entertained the troops in the South Pacific with his usual enormous energy. He contracted malaria and had to have a lung removed. He enjoyed a late revival with two autobiographical movies and a radio show. In 1950, he went to Korea on an exhausting tour, breathing dust. Upon his return to the U.S., he died of a massive heart attack brought on by his exertions for his country.
Callmelennie - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
Yes, I was aware that Jolson was very supportive of blacks in his career. I can read a Wikipedia entry as well as the next guy And as a Jewish immigrant whose family was driven out of their ancestral homeland by the anti Semitic policies of the Czar Alexander III, that would make complete sense .......... Why is why I said to Geesh, "I would think by YOUR standards (ie, by the standards of nasty little wretch who sees racism in every thing I say or do) that would be pretty doggone racist." So tell me, Factual, how was I "proven wrong" about anything? You do think performing in blackface is racist, dont you?
Wiki is weak - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
Anyone who relies on Wiki for knowledge is a fool.
Jolson Biographer - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
I knew enough about Jolson to access Wiki for the convenience of its off-the-shelf written exposition. Somebody had to do it, and Alan and I did. We are no fools; I know the weaknesses of Wiki. It simply jogged my memory of Jolson lore which I already knew; if there was material unfamiliar to me, I did not excerpt it. When used critically, Wikipedia is a valuable resource.
Of course, WIW, if there were a MIL-STD on Jolson, I would have referenced that. But Al was a missile of delight, not death and destruction.
Bravo! - August 01, 2015 - Report this comment
Took guts to write this. Well done, 5-5-5!
Porfle Popnecker - August 03, 2015 - Report this comment

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