Thursday, August 30, 2007

A Song for The G.O.P. (Gross Old Perverts)

There was a Question of the Day recently at Shakesville concerned the common wrong lyrics that people put into popular songs. One very common one was for Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Bad Moon Rising" where instead of singing "there is a bad moon on the rise." people hear "there is a bathroom on the right."

A Bathroom On The Right?

That's simply to perfect to pass up this morning. Larry Craig, and the rest of you closted Christiopathic scumbags. . .

This is for you (Hit it Tucker!)

I see an airport bathroom
I see a senator go in
I see his toes begin to tapping
I find I can't suppress a grin

(CHORUS)
Don't go down tonight
It's bound to take your life
What's with these bathrooms and the right?


I know that Clinton got a blowjob
She was consenting and of age
I know when Republicans are reading
They want to bend over a page

CHORUS

Hope you can get your shit together
Hope you are quite prepared to die
Looks like you're in for nasty weather
November will bring crying time

CHORUS


3B's

16 Comments:

Blogger Sherry said...

oh, i'd love to hear this. ; )

8:00 AM  
Blogger litbrit said...

This is flat-out genius! And, what sherry said: MP3, please.

8:24 AM  
Blogger pissed off patricia said...

You rascal you! That's golden!

8:36 AM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

according to my agent the rights to the creedence songbook are still quite murky. there have been decades of bitter lawsuits (at one point john fogarty was sued by the record label for plagarizing himself) and, for a great many years, fogarty himself refused to play creedence songs because the royalties went to people he despised.

it's an easy 1/5/4 progression. you'll have to just imagine it. or, better yet, bribe a guitar player near you into playing it. right there and live is the best music.

8:37 AM  
Blogger SB Gypsy said...

Hah hah hahahahah good one!

8:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brilliant.

(But you see, this is why artists can be threatening to the Republic. . .
You must march in step, damn it all.)

9:32 AM  
Blogger Bitty said...

((Applause))

And I did hear it in my head, in John Fogarty's voice. Surely the guy behind "Fortunate Son" would approve.

10:12 AM  
Anonymous Constant Comment said...

Brill. i. ant.

10:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

:)

Dude, you bad! LOL!

- oddjob

11:41 AM  
Blogger BadTux said...

Some naughty person recorded a version of this song to a non-CCR tune. This unknown person apparently took it in one take with GarageBand '08 and flubbed a couple of words here and there but it's mostly there. I'm sure none of us know this person, but if MB ever found out who it was and asked him to take it down I'm sure he'd take it down.

- Badtux the Naughty Penguin

11:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This just goes to show how dumb liberals really are. You stated you've been married a lot, are you still in the closet.

12:48 AM  
Blogger BlondeSense Liz said...

ha you slay me. I think if I get a chance this weekend to sit in with a band, that I will bring your lyrics along... and give you credit of course.

That was great

5:27 AM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

tux, even if i knew who it was, one take shots are amazing, for that alone it should stand.

my new carvilesque take for the republicans, is it's the hypocrisy stupid.

liz, we do that kind of stuff all the time. usually the folks in the audience don't even notice that there's been a change. one night at a coffee house, in an attempt to please a gorgeous young waitress i was bumbling through the interminable wreck of the edmund fitzgerald. . .at one point i went totally up on the lyrics. blank. nothing. the verse came around and i started in

now i like this song
'cause it's so fucking long
and nobody knows all the words. . .



nobody noticed.

6:36 AM  
Blogger BadTux said...

Heh. Yeah. It's not that they're gay tea-room queens or whatever. It's that they get up in public and claim that they aren't what they very clearly are. It's like the Rev. Al Sharpton getting up in public and claiming he isn't black and black people are evil and depraved, or Senator Hillary Clinton getting up in public and claiming she isn't a woman and that women are evil and depraved. People would point and laugh. These members of the Gay Old Party get up in public and claim they aren't gay and gay people are evil and depraved, and of course people point and laugh. It's not that they're gay. They're gayer than the gay mayor of gaytown, it's what they are just like being black is Al Sharpton's burden and being a woman is Hillary's burden, but there's no crime in that. It's the denial that makes it funny, much in the same way that Al Sharpton claiming he isn't black would be funny.

- Badtux the Easily Amused Penguin

8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i was bumbling through the interminable wreck of the edmund fitzgerald

Oh man, I love that tune! I was a junior or a senior in high school when I first heard & I found it haunting. Still do!

- oddjob

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

or Senator Hillary Clinton getting up in public and claiming she isn't a woman and that women are evil and depraved. People would point and laugh.

Or Alan Keyes getting up in public and claiming to be sane and that those who disagreed with him were evil and insane.......

- oddjob

12:23 PM  

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