Longtime readers know how much I like to parody song lyrics. And I’m pretty damned good at it.
This guy is great at it.
“I’m Still Here” is a song that I’ve tried for years to write a parody for, featuring the history of the Jews. Jeff Stambovsky did it for Hillary Clinton, and it’s hilarious. And he did every. single. verse. Now that’s talent.
He parodies Al Gore in this one, to the tune of “I’m a Believer.” Too funny.
But this is the one that will appeal the most to my readers:
Intersting, isn’t it, that so many of the most beautiful Christmas songs were written by jews? And isn’t it just as interesting that gentile lyricists and composers haven’t written any songs for jewish holidays? Until Holiday For Heretics, that is. HFH showed the world what goyim songwriters could do, if given the chance. Dedicated to the memory of Allan Sherman, a true genius.
Holiday for Heretics. Thanks, Jeff.
I’ll be home for Pesach
Save some matzo brie
Two nights a year
I long to hear
How pharoah’s men all died.
This one got me laughing out loud while Mom’s watching n3mbrs. She’s here for Pesach. Now she wants to know why I’m laughing.
Thanks a lot, Jeff.