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Song Parodies -> "M. A. Bubba - What's It To Ya?"

Original Song Title:

"Battle Hymn Of The Republic"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"M. A. Bubba - What's It To Ya?"

Parody Written by:

David Chrenko

The Lyrics

You don't need to be a southerner to know what a Bubba is . . . but it helps. They speak their own kind of ebonics, or Bubbabonics, if you will. This parody will help you understand the babble the next time a Bubba crosses your path.
C. D. E. D. B. D. Duckies swammin' N. D. pond.
U. R. C. N. E. D. B. D. Duckies swammin' N. D. pond.
S. A. R. D. E. D. B. D. Ducky's swammin' N. D. pond
Their wangs go flappin' on.

M. A. Bubba - What's it to ya?
M. A. Bubba - What's it to ya?
Overalls - hung down to show ya,
A full moon's shining on!

S. I. M. - edu-macated N. D. L. M. N. tree skool.
Egg N. - I. M. N. D. 7th grade - D. boy M. knot A. fool.
N. I. B. talkin' S. I. do - B. cuz I. M. so kool.
S. E. Z. 2B. dumb.

M. A. Bubba - What's it to ya?
M. A. Bubba - What's it to ya?
Over-alls - hung down to show ya,
The view at crack of dawn!


N. F. U. R. not A. Bubba - U. can B. A. Bubba 2.
O.N. I. M. just D. Bubba who kin show U. what 2 do.
F. U. R. a-fixin' breakfast - may B. flash A. bun R.2.
M. buns R. shining on.

M. A. Bubba - What's it 2 ya?
M. A. Bubba - What's it 2 ya?
Over-alls - hung down to show ya,
The South goes shining on!

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Bubba Whoopass - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
S. U. say N. we talks fun E.?
Jack Wilson - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job, David! 5's!
David Chrenko - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
HEY, I'M DOWN HERE!!! . . . Promise not to spam everyone, but today I posted the most unusual parody I've ever written, but it's way, way down on the list of new entries. Just hoping everyone will stop by and try to decipher my parody, entitled "M. A. Bubba - What's It To Ya?". - David
Johnny D - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Delbert says y'all get three 5's.
Meriadoc - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
8t's a gud 'un!
Rick D - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Reminds me of many top ten hits from the past few years. I've looked at some of the lists and felt the only one using real English titles and band names is Carlos Santana.
Paul Robinson - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
David - Like the Bubble-Gum, this one is Bubba-licious!
alvin rhodes - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
funny as hell.....definite 5s
Mari D - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
DC - UFXL'd! EIEIO.
David "Bubba Fer A Day" Chrenko - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
A mighty Boy Howdy to y'all who came by. Much abliged.
Jan Unwin - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Very clever!
Diva - March 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Xtree- Beyond what is usual or expected.
Monkle- Combined form of "my uncle."
Tote or Carry- The act of providing transportation, for another person.
Give- To make a purchase; most often with a form of currency.
Enema- Someone who is not your friend.
Pap Smear- Derogatory remarks regarding one's father.
I have heard people use thease terms. Isn't that what makes our land interesting! =)
John Jenkins - March 25, 2004 - Report this comment
That's an original! Excellent parody, David.

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