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Song Parodies -> "O Come Twitter Children"

Original Song Title:

"O Come Little Children"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"O Come Twitter Children"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

Since the February video "BHO - mm, mm, mm" (see TPS), another dozen amatuer videos of schoolchildren praising the US president have been posted on YouTube and recently linked at BigHollywood.com. For December, imagine a contest in DC to which these groups are invited. My sample invitation is based on TOS. Sorry I couln't limit it to 140 characters.
O come, twitter children, show some fun for all;
To Washington haste, on the White House to call.
Obama has gifts, 'cause he's mentally bright,
To see your deep dreams with clairvoyant insight.

He's born in Hawai'i for you and for me.
Draw near by the bright gleaming klieg light to see.
In Armani clothes, looking so sleek and styled,
And sure of his changes, this president smiled.

See Harry and Nancy, who shove and despise,
Are praising with fondness and cred when he lies.
The left nerds with zeal bring regards, full of love,
While children sing loud calls for future big gov.

Kneel down and implore him for teachers' due pay;
Lift up their demands now, and praise him as they
Rejoice that a master of spin you can toast,
And join shrinking throngs hovering when he's host.
This is the sixth in my series of mutilated Christmas songs.

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Christie Marie M - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Well mutilated there, Barry! This is one of my favorite Christmas songs because it's nice to hear the sounds of joyful children during Christmas. Well, anyways, looking back to your "schoolkids" parody, I believe that when Obama made that speech two months ago, he made a good point for children to be serious with their education by telling them to work hard and stay in school, while conservatives thought that he's using the opportunity to promote a political agenda. I don't think that is true, though. OK, I've said enough. Here's 555's!
John Barry - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
"Twitter is the province of addled adolescent girls."--Paul Mazursky
Fiddlegirl - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Getting us in the Christmas mood... ('Bama baby, slip a bailout under the tree for me...) ;)
Old Man Ribber - November 06, 2009 - Report this comment
Go smite Obama mental case. ;D And kudos to Virginia...welcome back to America. ;D
Barry J. Mitchel - November 06, 2009 - Report this comment
CMM: Before Obama's Sept. 8 talk to kids, workbooks were sent out that said, to paraphrase JFK, "Ask what you can do for this president, so that he can do to everyone." After the outcry, the materials were withdrawn and he changed his speech. JB: I call those born since 1990 the twitter generation. Fg: You can be my Ms. Claus. OMR: Thanks, good to be back. Check out my year-ago sadness at misc/eddyarnold4.

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