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Song Parodies -> "They'll Take Those Tea S.O.B.s Out"

Original Song Title:

"Wedding Bells...That Old Gang Of Mine"

Original Performer:

The Four Aces

Parody Song Title:

"They'll Take Those Tea S.O.B.s Out"

Parody Written by:

Old Man Ribber

The Lyrics

First, the full title of the OS is "Those Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang Of Mine". The titles of both the OS and parody were too long to fit in the box. That said, Jimmy Hoffa Jr. (head of the Teamsters Union) galvanized the Detroit Labor Day celebration moments before President Obama spoke with the following words about the Tea Party. "Let's take these son of a b*tches out and give America back to an America where we belong!". Since only right wing groups such as the Tea Party engage in hate-filled and threatening rhetoric (and the White House hosted a bullying summit), I must assume that, when Mr. Hoffa says he is going to "take out" people such as my wife and I, he means he's going to treat us to night on the town. It's the only possible meaning that fits the New Civility. Thanks, Jimmy. We'd like to go to dinner at O'Charley's and get really good tickets to the Cincinnati Symphony. ;D

For Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out"!

Now my wife and I will dress up, for we've heard big labor shout.
Young Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out".
Is it dinner and a movie? To a play or thereabout?
'Cause Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out".

For long years - can't afford - dates and it's been tense.
Now we'll go - on the town - at labor PAC expense.
So we'll thank him for his offer. Please forgive us for our doubt.
For Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out".

There's no way that he was meaning - that he'd gut us like a trout -
When Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out".
He meant take me to a ballgame. Not a lead pipe to my snout.
Jim Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out".

Leftist folks - never would - speak hostility.
It would not - fit in with - O.'s New Civility.
They would never call us nazis, like that evil Hitler kraut.
'Though Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out".
Yes, Hoffa says that they'll take those Tea S.O.B.s "out"!

Thanks again, Jimmy. It IS National Take A Tea Party S.O.B. To Dinner Month! ;D

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AFW - September 12, 2011 - Report this comment
Nice twist on "Take Out"...very spirited Pol. spoof
Patrick - September 12, 2011 - Report this comment
Ah, the loverly ambiguities of the English language.
Porfle Popnecker - September 12, 2011 - Report this comment
A night out on the town with Jimmy Hoffa, still my beating heart! Good one. Security code: DUH
Louisville Slugger - September 16, 2011 - Report this comment
Oh, there will be a baseball bat involved. Unfortunately, you ain't gonna be at no baseball game.
Barry J. Mitchel - September 17, 2011 - Report this comment
Maybe S.O.B. stands for "Send Obama Back" to Chicago. If Jimmy Hoffa Jr. reads this, he'll be breakin' up those old knees of mine (and OMR's first).

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