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Song Parodies -> "The Brotherhood Has Grotesque Notions"

Original Song Title:

"My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"The Brotherhood Has Grotesque Notions"

Parody Written by:

Satire Sam

The Lyrics

The Brotherhood has grotesque notions
That Egypt theocracy be
The Brotherhood’s gross grotesque notions
Scream “bring back horrible Hosni”

Bring back, bring back
Oh bring back that horrible old Hosni
Bring back, bring back
Oh bring back horrible Hosni


More than grotesque are the hoods’ notions
An Islamic theocracy
Would put Egypt in reverse motion
Way back to the eighth century


Most frightening was Hosni, still though
He wasn’t by Sharia led
With Morsi Egyptians watch billow
A flag that will bring to them dread


The protesters caused a commotion
They said they wanted out Morsi
Quite soon those who showed that emotion
In jail, tortured, or gone will be


A woman in Egypt will soon bank
On watching any freedoms flee
If a man is known to have kissed her
The stones will rain down heavily


The burqas will soon have to billow
A covering from toes to head
And if women without one still go
Outside, likely they’ll end up dead


The Brotherhood is called rabid curs
They’ll make Sharia law burgeon
Send suiciders to be martyred
Then sleep with a heap o’ virgins


The Brotherhood’s squalling rabid curs
That Egyptiots voted in
I sure would not want to be Coptic
Because I’d be losing my skin


The Brothers, small-minded fascist curs
If you ain’t with them it’s a sin
If I were a Christian I’d haul ass
To someplace where they’d take me in


I’m wrong to call brothers “rabid curs”
I don’t know what I was thinkin’
I say now and I sure ain’t kiddin’
That it is way too kind I’ve been

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Patrick - June 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Pacing seems off in a couple of places. My rule for choruses has always been to spell them out, even if they are a repeating refrain. Makes it a lot easier to read.

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