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« on: May 09, 2007, 02:37:46 pm »
« edited: May 09, 2007, 02:40:07 pm by bbt »

Not '08 Presidential topic but I thought some would find this amusing and it is topical.........

"Riders on the Storm" Based on the performance by The Doors
"Nappy-headed Ho's" Parody by Tone2dabone
Lest we forget, in early April, 2007, during a rebroadcast of the NCAA womens basketball championship game, commentator Don Imus, labled the Rutgers team "nappy-headed ho's", (and a few other things too). Well, this set off about 5 days of ranting by everyone from Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, to Mike and Mike on ESPN. It took the tragic shooting of 30 students to end it all.



nappy-headed ho's,
nappy-headed ho's,
a drib'lin' down d' flo',
dey only wanna sco',
and do' dey lost d'game
Don Imus gave'm fame
nappy-headed ho's

he's a jock on radio
he's justa shock jock wit' a sho'
"take a long holiday"
sponsors got their way!
"we can't let'm keep d'sho'
he's much wo'se danna ho'!"
jock off radio, yeah

girls ya gotta love dat man
girls ya oughta love dat man
take fame by d'hand
make a newd game plan
the wo'ld fo' you is ripe
fo' any kinda hype
wo'nchya love dat man? yeah! Wo'

nappy-headed ho's,
nappy-headed ho's,
a drib'lin' down d' flo',
dey only wanna sco',
and do' dey lost d'game
Don Imus gave'm fame
nappy-headed ho's


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