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Joe Biden Parody Songs

Did you know there was a whole genre out there of Joe Biden parody tunes? Most are quite professional, and riff off popular songs to mock the president. Some focus on Joe himself, falling here, sniffing a little girl's hair there, while others prey on poor Hunter Biden, forced to make sleazy deals with Ukraine and China just to earn a living. Let's take a look.

One of the best is ""Walk Like A Joe Biden" - (Walk Like An Egyptian Parody) | Louder With Crowder , an A.I. tour de force that makes it seems like the Bangles are recreating their 1980s hit song "Walk Like an Egyptian" only with new lyrics mocking old Joe (do yourself a favor and follow the links with a right click, so they open in a new window and you can get back here for the rest of the list.) The video unfolds with a montage of Joe slipping ad falling in various locales, and Joe looking befuddled at numerous podiums. Then there are the lyrics - "the American president is doomed, the little old man can hardly move" and a shout out that Joe's chances of being re-elected are "dangling "just like Hunter's cigarette." The song warns "if you want to know where it stops it ends with dementia and the cops." The meta-gag of course are instructions on how to walk like Joe, back stiff, arms locked down, feet shuffling, as events spiral past. You could watch any Biden blooper reel for much of the same effect, but this has music that sticks in your head. Five stars!

Crossing musical styles is "Joe Biden - C'mon Man (Parody Rap Song) ," a sing-song pseudo rap A.I. extravaganza. The kicker here is each stupid thing Biden raps is an actual Biden quote ("You're a lying dog-faced pony soldier") all the misspent words and jangled phrases, plus the boasts about Cornpop and Joe's many careers as a truck driver and Olive Garden server. The music part is just not as strong as "Walk Like an Egyptian" but it is good enough. Four stars.

When the Coasters first recorded "Yakety Yak" in 1958 they never had this in mind. The musical quality picks up with the familiar tune, and the "This is the Song Joe Biden will HATE | Funny *Yakety Yak* Parody " visuals run through the now-familiar shots of Biden falling down Air Force One's stairs and Biden falling down on a platform and Biden falling down... you get it. The singer has the nom de guerre of  Parody Whitney, and has produced several Biden song parodies. One good one is "The JOE BIDEN version of Auld Lang Syne with Upbeat Country Flair " sung appropriately to the New Year's tune "Auld Lang Syne" with some out-of-place drum machine in the background. Talking about Joe's penchant for serial groping, the song smiles and says "at least he's too slow to give chase."

Next up is the holiday favorite "🎵The Joe Biden Christmas Song 🎵 ," with its rhyming Biden-esque intro line "...was a geriatric soul, with befuddled eyes and a curious nose." By the second verse the "Snow Man" has become "the slow man" and the song is off running through the now-familiar Biden memes. Not inappropriately the visuals contrast scenes from a befuddled "Elf" movie with a befuddled Biden, unfortunately not a movie but all-too-real life. Finally there's "🎶 Joe Biden is TOO SKETCHY (Comedy parody of 90s Club Hit) 🎶 " sung to the classic Right Said Fred tune "I'm Too Sexy for My Shirt." Four Stars for all.

Sticking with the classics is a wicked "If Joe Biden only had a BRAIN in the Wizard of Oz (You Laugh You Lose) " parody featuring Biden as the Scarecrow ("no brains") and Nancy Pelosi as the Wicked Witch who is melted away by song's end. Along the way Scarecrow meets up with an earnest AOC as Dorothy (clearly the best use of CGI since the technology was invented) and, wait for it, Donald Trump as the Great and Powerful Oz on his fiery throne. Joe as the Scarecrow lip syncing to the original tune "If I Only Had a Brain" is worth the price of admission. Another four stars for this one, folks.

Funnier lyrics but lower production values hold back another worthy take on "Wizard of Oz" this one again with Biden as the Scarecrow. You know the song, "If He Only Had a Brain " but try it now with these words: "I could concentrate for hours, my presidential powers, to compensate Ukraine" and to handle Hunter, "To avoid repercussions I could pin it on the Russians, if I only had a brain." Three stars.

If you are old enough or cool enough to remember the 1970s, you must remember the band Foghat, known for their head banging stadium concerts. The guitar rocker "Slow Ride" becomes ""Slow Biden" - A Foghat Parody Song! " with a righteous drum line to carry you through. In addition to the great music, this one scores with some Biden clips rarely seen ("If you're having trouble choosing between me and Trump you ain't black") and plenty of more familiar sniffing, groping, and stumbling visuals. Two and a half stars, man.

If it is Hunter you're after there is no better place to start then "Crack in the Cradle: The Joe and Hunter Biden Story : The Joe and Hunter Biden Story" sung to the tune of Harry Chapin's immortal "Cat's in the Cradle." As Hunter croons "you know I'm gonna be like you, Dad," you may even tear up a smidgen with the understanding the apple does not fall very far from the tree. A stand-out line is the chorus: "And there's crack in his cradle and a spoon in his bib, Little Hunter Biden had whores in his crib." Kinda says it all. Four stars despite low production values and some NSFW words for the clever lyrics. Similar comments on another Hunter Biden parody song, based on "The Hunter Biden Song (Old Man) | Neil Young Parody | Louder With Crowder " by Neil Young - "Old man, take a look at my life, I'm a lot like you..." Also, almost inevitable, is a take off of Eric Clapton's "'White House Cocaine' | Hunter Biden Clips | Parody Song " starring Hunter Biden and that mystery bag of marching powder found in the White House, and another Hunter Biden -- "Cocaine" . Then there's ""Hunter Bought A Gun" ("Janie's Got A Gun Parody) - Jokes On Wokes #hunterbiden #fjb - YouTube ,"a "Janie's Got A Gun" by Aerosmith parody. The Bidens give you an awful lot to work with.

To be fair, there are three Trump parody songs for every one Biden parody, so for balance try "Donald Trump Sings I Fought the Law " for its genius-level editing of Trump clips to give the impression the Orange Man is singing. The video gives you the song straight and makes its jokes via the visuals, of Trump dancing, the raid on Mar-a-Lago, and more. The uber joke, with the song's title mirroring Trump's legal woes, scores again and again. Similar comments for the one-joke (but it's a good one joke) parody of Trump appearing to sing "Donald Trump Sings I Will Survive ." Five huge stars.

Check out "The Devil Went Down To Georgia (Donald Trump Song Parody) ," a parody of all that post-election kerfuffle now in the courts, sung of course to the tune of "The Devil Went Down to Georgia." Try out these lyrics: "The Donald called down to Georgia he was looking for some votes to steal, he was in a bind 'cause he was way behind, and he was tryin' to make a deal." Some NSFW lyrics here and there, and a hunk of decent fiddle playing carry this one. Three stars.

Honorable mention to a brilliantly understated version of the Talking Heads' "Trump vs Talking Heads - Swedemason " with Trump's head superimposed over real singer David Bryne doing that dance. The lines from the song about "how did I get here?" ring especially poignant but they left out the classic line of Trump/Bryne asking "Is this my beautiful wife?" Same as it ever was. And don't miss Donald Trump sings "Donald Trump Sings Leaving On A Jet Plane by John Denver " by John Denver with the sad goodbye lyrics shown over images of boxes of classified documents being hauled out of the White House. If that amuses you, don't miss "MAR-A-LAGO-VILLE - Parody | Don Caron with The Freedom Toast " with some rougher editing around Trump himself singing the Jimmy Buffet classic - "some people claim that it's Putin to blame, but no, it still ain't my fault."

Original article:  wemeantwell.com

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