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Rank this week: 43 (↑24)
Duration: 3:43 
Release Date: 1997  (peterpuck9) 
Lyrics By: Luke Sienkowski/The Nails (peterpuck9) 
Music By: Luke Sienkowski/The Nails (peterpuck9) 
Produced By: Luke Sienkowski (peterpuck9) 
Released By: GNOME (peterpuck9) 
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  • Parody of "88 Lines About 44 Women" by The Nails about the prime-time cartoon program "The Simpsons" (peterpuck9)
  • Song Lyrics:
    (4 measure intro)

    Willie: Now listen up! You tube-watchin' cartoon junkies!

    Ralph: Lisa is a clever girl, she's got heart and lots of brains.
    Krusty: Bart is a troublemaker, giving teachers headache pains.
    Apu: Marge is the perfect mother, making kids a yummy sammich.
    Frink: Homer is a model father, but he has no brain to damage.

    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Homer: Mmm… Donuts!
    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Homer: The what now?

    Smithers: Patti runs the DMV, and has nothing to do with men.
    Dr. Nick: Selma is her twin sister, two walking carcinogens.
    Moe: Grampa is cantankerous, his complaints are getting bigger.
    C. B. Guy: Maggie is the silent type, she's the one who pulled the trigger.

    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Barney: (*belch!*)
    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Maggie: (*suck, suck, suck, suck, suck*)

    Barney: Mr. Burns is Homer's boss and bleeds Springfield just like a sieve.
    Krusty: Smithers is his right hand man, his lifestyle's alternative.
    Frink: Flanders is the next-door neighbor, Okely-Dokely-Doo!
    Apu: Moe runs the local Tavern, he'll pour you another brew.
    Smithers: Barney was a belching loser, filling up on different beers.
    C. B. Guy: Milhouse looks just like that kid who used to be on "Wonder Years".
    Moe: Martin is the prissy type, no one loves him but his Ma.
    Mr. Burns/Nelson: Nelson is the local bully, he's the one that says "Ha-Ha!"

    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Mr. Burns: Excellent!
    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Flanders: Hidely-Ho!

    Otto: Ms. Krabappel, fourth grade teacher, education is a farce.
    Apu/Willie: Willie is the Scottish grounds man, he'll tell you to "Move your arse!"
    Krusty: Seymour Skinner loves his mother, perfect Norman Bates hotel.
    Ralph: Reverend Lovejoy is the preacher, he says we'll all burn in Hell.
    C. B. Guy: Chief Wiggum and his squad make Barney Fife look like McBain.
    Frink: Marvin Monroe cured neurosis with electrodes to the brain.
    Dr. Nick: Otto is the school bus driver, no one knows just what he's on.
    Smithers: Kwik-E-Mart's run by Apu Nahasapeemapetilon.

    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Dr. Nick: Hi, everybody!
    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Apu: Thank you, come again!

    Mr. Burns: Mayor Quimby, politician, all your votes he will extort.
    Smithers: Lionel Hutz, a bad attorney, he'll get you contempt of court.
    Krusty: Kent Brockman reads the news with a crazy debonair.
    Dr. Nick: Ralph's nosebleeds would stop if he kept his finger out of there.
    C.B.Guy: Itchy is a cartoon mouse who has some violent tendencies.
    Moe: Scratchy is his kitty victim, mashed him into cottage cheese.
    Ralph: Krusty will get lots of laughs when he hits your head with a hammer.
    Frink: Sideshow Bob's a psychopath who uses proper Kelsey grammar.

    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Krusty: Hey Hey! Hu hu huh ha!
    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Sideshow Bob: Huh-uuh-uuh-uuh…

    Otto: Jimbo is a teenage punk, lots of pranks he will be plannin'.
    Dr. Nick: Sideshow Mel got a concussion when he got shot from a cannon.
    Mr. Burns: Dr. Hibbert, he will treat you, fix it up and make it nice.
    Apu: Dr. Nick will do it quicker, at a bargain basement price.
    Willie: Cletus is a slack-jawed yokel, farming dirt to feed his kin.
    Krusty: Troy McClure, a washed up actor, you can see him starring in…
    Ralph: "Radioactive Man Versus Mutant Ninja Minks".
    Frink/C.B.Guy: "Mmm-hoy, moisen gayne and glaiven!" Those words are Professor Frink's.
    Moe: Kodos is from outer space, shows up every Halloween.
    Barney: Kang is her mutant brother, laughing over Earth cuisine.
    Smithers/B.Man: Bumblebee Man, "No es bueno!", his pain will go on forever.
    Frink/C.B.Guy: Comic Book Guy heard this disc and said "…Worst …Album …Ever"!

    (Simpsons Theme plays)
    Barney, Moe, & Willie: 88 Lines About 44 Simpsons!
    (Finale of Simpsons Theme plays)
    Homer: D'OH!
    Nelson: Ha-Ha!

    Parody lyrics by 'the great Luke Ski', © Luke Sienkowski, 1996 - 2004
    From the CD "Worst Album Ever" by 'the great Luke Ski', which can be purchased at www.LukeSki.com.

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    Halfshell   Offline  -  Artist  -  01-21-17 03:12 PM  -  1 year ago

    listening to the shows, they are the 2003 remake versions from "Worst Album Ever".
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    Tim P. Ryan:

    I would guess that only the 1997 and 1999 playings are the original Bunghole version.  Unless our own DJs admit to also using the original after 2003 release of Worst Album Ever.
    Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  01-13-17 06:22 PM  -  1 year ago
    I would guess that only the 1997 and 1999 playings are the original Bunghole version.  Unless our own DJs admit to also using the original after 2003 release of Worst Album Ever.
    Halfshell   Offline  -  Artist  -  01-12-17 04:52 PM  -  1 year ago
    original has been added.

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    Stavro Arrgolus:

    Yes, but it's much worse than that.

    The original mp3 has to be found and this page overwritten with it, the mp3 here must be added to the remake's page and, worst of all, it has to be determined which of the shows listed played which version. Then the playlists must be altered - something very difficult to do with the site update - it was a snap before...

    Relevant playlists must reflect which version was played. But having separate pages with the correct mp3s is a good start.

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    Halfshell:

    So both versions should be listed right?

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    Stavro Arrgolus:

    This is the remake, though it's the original's page. The policy for this is that each version gets its own page and the remake is marked as (20XX version) after the title.

    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  01-12-17 04:21 PM  -  1 year ago

    Yes, but it's much worse than that.

    The original mp3 has to be found and this page overwritten with it, the mp3 here must be added to the remake's page and, worst of all, it has to be determined which of the shows listed played which version. Then the playlists must be altered - something very difficult to do with the site update - it was a snap before...

    Relevant playlists must reflect which version was played. But having separate pages with the correct mp3s is a good start.

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    Halfshell:

    So both versions should be listed right?

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    Stavro Arrgolus:

    This is the remake, though it's the original's page. The policy for this is that each version gets its own page and the remake is marked as (20XX version) after the title.

    Halfshell   Offline  -  Artist  -  01-12-17 04:12 PM  -  1 year ago

    So both versions should be listed right? You have this version attached to both albums.

     

    The original version where he doesn't use character voices are found on 'Shadows of the Bunghole", the remake usisng character voices is found on 'Worst Album Ever'.

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    Stavro Arrgolus:

    This is the remake, though it's the original's page. The policy for this is that each version gets its own page and the remake is marked as (20XX version) after the title.

    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  01-12-17 04:05 PM  -  1 year ago
    This is the remake, though it's the original's page. The policy for this is that each version gets its own page and the remake is marked as (20XX version) after the title.
    Halfshell   Offline  -  Artist  -  01-12-17 03:58 PM  -  1 year ago
    Which version is this one, because he recorded two versions of this song.
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