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Biden-ian Rhapsody – a Parody of Bohemian Rhapsody | Don Caron

Interesting how objections being voiced by Biden supporters in the comments are identical to those made by Republicans on my Kavanaugh parody. Identical. Just a coincidence I guess.

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LYRICS to #METOO AND THEM

She said he raped her in 1993,
wall to her backside, no escape from reality.
A former aide, a powerful senate seat
He said “Come on man, I heard that you liked me,"
And he says, "Easy come, easy go,
I’m your boss, don’t say no!"
That’s the way the power flows.
She just doesn’t matter, you see. You see.

Mama, I was abused.
He put his hand under my dress.
With his fingers took access.
Mama, it happened all at once.
His hands were on me and beneath my clothes.
Mama, ooh, didn’t mean to make you cry.
There’s nothing I can do but live the sorrow.
Carry on, carry on. ’cause I don’t really matter.

Too late, my job is gone.
Thanks for calling Larry King.
Didn’t know what it might bring.
Goodbye, to my vocation, that disappeared.
So why am I the one who pays the price?
Mama, ooh (that’s the way the power flows)
Didn’t mean to make you cry.
And now I wish I’d never known him at all.

They said all women should always be believed;
Should be heard and believed
that’s the premise of the movement.
Why is #metoo silent silent
when it is their time to speak?

Hypocritic
Double standard
Were they lying?
She got slandered!
Just a show political
It was a show.

Says it never happened, they always say that.
He’s such a good guy from a good family.
Spare him his life from this monstrosity.

Easy come, easy go. Will you let it go?
Forget it! No, We will not let it go
(Let it go) Forget it. We will not let it go.
(Let it go) Forget it We will not let it go!
(Let it go) Will not let it go
(Let it go) Will not let it go
Never, never, never, never let it go Ah
No, no, no, no, no, no, no
You must be silent, the greater evil, great upheaval! Let it go!
To defeat the Devil you must take the lesser evil, you see?
You see! You see!

So you think you can stone her and turn a blind eye.
And stay silent ignoring the sound of her cry.
Oh, ladies, it’s hypocrisy laden.

Truth just doesn’t matter, bold hypocrisy.
Political cadavers,
they’re all more important than "She.”

SOURCE MUSIC
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is a song by the British rock band, Queen. It was written by Freddie Mercury for the band’s 1975 album A Night at the Opera. It is a six-minute suite, consisting of several sections: an intro, a ballad segment, an operatic passage, a hard rock part and a reflective coda. The song is a more accessible take on the 1970s progressive rock genre.

"Bohemian Rhapsody" topped the UK Singles Chart for nine weeks and had sold more than a million copies by the end of January 1976. In 1991, after Mercury’s death, it topped the charts for another five weeks, eventually becoming the UK’s third-bestselling single of all time. It is also the only song to reach the UK Christmas number one twice by the same artist. It also topped the charts in other countries including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and the Netherlands, becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time, selling over six million copies worldwide. In the United States, the song peaked at number nine in 1976, but reached a new peak of number two on the Billboard Hot 100 after being used in the film Wayne’s World (1992). In 2018, the release of Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody brought the song renewed popularity and chart success worldwide.

Although critical reaction was initially mixed, "Bohemian Rhapsody" became Queen’s most popular song and is considered one of the greatest rock songs of all time. The single was accompanied by a groundbreaking promotional video. Rolling Stone stated that its influence "cannot be overstated, practically inventing the music video seven years before MTV went on the air." The Guardian named its music video one of the 50 key events in rock music history, helping make videos a critical tool in music marketing.

In 2004, "Bohemian Rhapsody" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. It has appeared in numerous polls of the greatest songs in popular music, and Mercury’s vocal performance was chosen as the greatest in rock history by readers of Rolling Stone. In December 2018, it became the most streamed song from the 20th century, and it has been downloaded or streamed over 1.6 billion times.