Baddie, Be Good
(Sung to the tune of "Johnny B. Goode" by Chuck Berry)
Guest song parody by Alvin Dover, alvindover@hotmail.com


As sung by Attorney General John AshKKKroft to a prisoner held in the secret Bush gulag:

(instrumental intro)

Deep in your heart, you ought to know what Jesus means:
Since back when you were little or back in your teens;
To pray to God and do what all good Christians should.
To make a moral choice and not be baddies, be good.
You should've learned to read the Bible oh-so-well
If you don't pray to my God, then you're all going to hell.

Go! Go! Go, baddie, go to...
Church, baddie, go! go!
Go, baddie, go to...
Church, baddie, go! go!...
Baddie, be good!

And now we're fightin' us a war, Rummy's takin' flak
For mistreatin' the prisoners held in Iraq.
Our secret memos written were exposed, instead.
We aim to keep you hidden, both alive or dead.
It's my task to spy, and lock you in a cell.
So confess to us, or I will make you pay.

Go! Go! Go, baddie, go to...
Church, baddie, go! go!
Go, baddie, go to...
Church, baddie, go! go!...
Baddie, be good!

(instrumental break)

My momma never guessed that I would be the man
Leading the DND with a worship band
Singing 'bout the Savior, how His love abounds
Playin' old hymns in rock-and-roll sounds
Since I found that Jesus is the one true light
Being good ain't so much of a fight

Go! Go! Go, baddie, go to...
Church, baddie, go! go!
Go, baddie, go to...
Church, baddie, go! go!...
Baddie, be good!



Here's an alternate version of this parody: Johnny's No Good
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