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Song Parodies -> "Wing’ Wrong, the Witch Has Fled"

Original Song Title:

"Ding, Dong, the Witch Is Dead"

Original Performer:

Wizard of Oz soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"Wing’ Wrong, the Witch Has Fled"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Wing[nut] wrong, the witch has fled.
Which witch bitch? The wicked witch.
Wing[nut] wrong, the wicked witch has fled.
Woke up, sleepy heads, opened eyes, sensed then the dread,
Woke up, sent her to the undead.
She’s gone where the godless go:
Below, “no” vote bestowed.
O’Do’s bid was closed up.
This wing’ thing was voted out.

Wing’ wrong, now there she goes;
Sing “bye-bye,” sing “f**k, no!”
“Betcha”’s ho’
The thick-head witch is dead.

She ain’t playin’ in scum-pit city,
Where our bounty is scammed by the cons.
No welcome for her in D.C.
It’s been verified legally
That he,
Not she,
Will be
Sent to the city
That’s morally and ethically,
Spiritually entirely,
Positively, absolutely
Dead.

The vote counters have since averred
She definitely got the bird
From people who voted and said,
“Your hopes, you dope, are clearly dead.”

So this is a day of independence
From galling Munchkin, Satan’s descendant.

It’s “amen!”
Let the joyous news be spread:
The wicked ’hole witch at last has fled.

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TJC - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Did she sink or float? Great stuff John--a five star skewerin' by the master of the genre!
Mark Scotti - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Litterally the "house" fell on her!!!
NorCalVotress - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
what really got to me about olMeg , was that our 'system of Gov'mnt ' will only involve 'her', when she herself is on the ticket . . . ~ ~ ~ > !!!
Mr. BaiTTer - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Does that mean that I can go back to abusing myself again? ;)

We're often on opposite sides politically, John, but it was embarrassing to have this candidate on the side to which I tend to lean. Well, as Barry Goldwater famously said, "An Idea is not responsible for who believes in it". (Referring to ideology, not witchcraft or choking the chicken.) Excellent skewering -- Fifteen strokes!

Ultimate irony, and possible follow-up: That Surgeon General candidate, Joyce something-or-other, who said that teens should be taught how to masturbate, to reduce teen pregnancy and STDs. She was shouted down. Funny thing is, I think most of us figured it out for ourselves. :D
Jocelyn Elders - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Surgeon-General, fired by Bill Clinton in Dec 1994 for above remarks, among others -- TT.
Old Man Ribber - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
In Delaware, there is a tradition in which opposing candidates bury a symbolic hatchet the day after Election Day. This year it was easy to find one...every candidate had one already buried in their heads! ;D

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