Mock’n’Roll 1–20 – Music to Your Ears (Compilation, includes links to all previous posts in this series)

in music •  16 days ago 
from Weird Al to Paul Thorn

from Frank Zappa to Tim Minchin

from Ry Cooder to Garfunkel and Oates
Mock’n’Roll–1

Don Caron – “The Day Collusion Died”

Every day, more wacky theories would fly. Time to let it go and just let it die. 
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"The Day Collusion Died"  
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Mock’n’Roll–2

George W Bush – “Hallelujah”

When Trump was chosen, Hillary sang “Hallelujah. 
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"Hallelujah"  
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Mock’n’Roll–3

Swede Mason – “Once in a Lifetime”

Many Americans have asked themselves, “My God! What have we done?!?!” 
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"Once in a Lifetime"  
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Mock’n’Roll–4

Weird Al Yankovic – “Bob”

Many musicians take it as a point of pride to be parodied by Weird Al. 
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"Bob"  
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Mock’n’Roll–5

Paul Thorn – “Honky-Tonk Neanderthal”

Healthy doses of wit and humor help us in our pursuit of that elusive “enjoyment.” 
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"Honky-Tonk Neanderthal"  
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Mock’n’Roll–6

Garfunkel and Oates – “Save the Rich”

Save the rich, Don't go cryin' to Mommy. 'Cause if you don't agree, Then you're a socialist commie. 
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"Save the Rich"  
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Mock’n’Roll–7

Bowser and Blue – “I'm Glad I Live in Canada”

Our country is so big. Our problems are so small. 
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"I'm Glad I Live in Canada"  
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Mock’n’Roll–8

Ry Cooder – “No Banker Left Behind”

When the next big, sleek, juicy gravy train left the station, no banker was left behind. 
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"No Banker Left Behind"  
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Mock’n’Roll–9

Frank Zappa – “Jewish Princess”

It was a bizarre request, since almost no radio stations at the time ever played Zappa’s music. 
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"Jewish Princess"  
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Mock’n’Roll–10

Flight of the Conchords– “A Gender Reveral Reversal”

They called themselves “New Zealand's fourth most popular guitar-based digi-bongo acapella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo." 
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"A Gender Reveral Reversal"  
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Mock’n’Roll–11

Bob Rivers – “The Girl with Emphysema”

She is a pale and sickly girl with yellow teeth, enveloped in a stinking cloud of smoke. 
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"The Girl with Emphysema"  
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Mock’n’Roll–12

Tim Minchin – “Inflatable You”

His wit, his sarcasm, and his fascinating stage presence make him one of the finest entertainers of these times. 
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"Inflatable You "  
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Mock’n’Roll–13

Don Caron / Parody Project – “Mr 45”

We will be, Mr. Forty-five, relieved when you've left and gone away. 
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"Mr 45"  
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Mock’n’Roll–14

Slim Dusty – “Pub With No Beer”

He wrote a humorous poem about it, turning tragedy into comedy. 
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"Pub With No Beer"  
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Mock’n’Roll–15

John Cooper Clarke – “ Twat”

Like a death at a birthday party, You ruin all the fun. 
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"Twat"  
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Mock’n’Roll–16

Afroman – “Because I Got High,” Positive Remix

Society subjected itself to decades of reefer madness, for no reason whatsoever. 
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"Because I Got High"  
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Mock’n’Roll–17

Ronald Reggae – “Jamaican Rhapsody”

Ganja, everybody, is a gift from God. So, why go and throw it all away? 
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"Jamaican Rhapsody"  
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Mock’n’Roll–18

The Muppets – “Bohemian Rhapsody”

You can do anything with my music, just don’t make it boring. 
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"Bohemian Rhapsody"  
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Mock’n’Roll–19

Bowser and Blue – “Put Your Trust in Justin”

Electing them is our mistake. We are the fools who have to learn from our mistakes. 
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"Put Your Trust in Justin"  
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Mock’n’Roll–20

Bob Rivers – “As Beers Go By”

The misery of getting drunk is preferable to the dreadful prospect of watching “beers go by.” 
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"As Beers Go By"  
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Upvoted 👌 (Mana: 15/20)

Wow! Thank you! I'm starting listening to all this!

Great, thanks! Hope you like what you hear.

  ·  14 days ago (edited)

Oh yes, I liked all this, especially some of them.
And my children really liked "The Muppets – “Bohemian Rhapsody”!

Cool. I'm glad that these posts are having a (hopefully beneficial) influence on children! :-)

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This summary of activities "Mock'n'Roll" demonstrates how hard you have worked and the magnificent content of your publications!

Long live:

"Music to Your Ears"

#music2ears

Thanks for the note. It's always a pleasure to make these posts, and it's great if others find them interesting and enjoyable.