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Key Karaoke

Written By: - Date published: 5:20 pm, December 7th, 2007 - 52 comments
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Check out this fantastic karaoke clip from Ali Ikram on Sunrise this morning. Lyrics below:

I know this song might sound like “Clocks”
But I assure you that it’s not
Just a bunch of random notes we composed to attract your votes

Sent 10,000 DVDs so you could get to know John Key
PS. if you have one of these could you kindly return it please
Thank you ohhhhhh, thank you ohhhhhh

Cause this sample’s unauthorised
Blame production company guys
Or use the same defence as Vanilla Ice
Say you haven’t heard the song in your life

But Chris Martin went insane along with his kids with funny names
Sad, I’ve got all of his CDs
Wish he also wrote policies
So we could help ourselves to theirs (x3)

Polls, polls, we could still govern alone (x3)

52 comments on “Key Karaoke”

  1. Gruela 1

    Oh dear, could the media tide be turning against Ambitious Bill?

  2. the sprout 2

    mmm that is good. very good. so good in fact, this Ali Ikram must be part of the Muslim Zionist Conspiracy.

  3. redbus 3

    That was excellent. Some parts were odd, like the old guy… Still, the lyrics were great!

  4. The Double Standard 4

    The old guy claiming that coldpay ripped of his song in the furst place. Nothing new eh?

    Good to see you tagged this as ‘crime’ coz that singing is baaaad

  5. Hey you fucked up coward spittles – you want a go = do you soft cock wankers !!

  6. Hmmm. Funny how this Karaoake song has been out-viewed 100-1. Seems to have worked on getting Helen to pay back the money she stole from the taxpayer. Unfortunately, the man keeping Helen in power hasn’t been honourable enough to do likewise.

  7. roger nome 7

    Poor dad’s just been banned from kiwiblog AGAIN! tut tut tut. The only right-winger to be so far no? Or is he just socially conservative? Who knows, I don’t think I’ve ever heard him opine on economics before.

    Poor dad’s just been banned from kiwiblog again. The only right-winger to be so far no? Or is he just socially conservative? Who knows, I don’t think I’ve ever heard him opine on economics before anyway.

    Certainly not a good look for a candidate in an upcoming election hey?


  8. the sprout 8

    holy crap, with him on the list why don’t they just rename it the “Doomed From the Start Party”?

  9. Hey roger nome Phillip John Mason . two lawyers want your mailing address as I am taking you to Court #### !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Hey Phillip John Mason – I hope you got real good friends #####

  11. Gruela 12

    Is that it? Lame.

  12. Lame , I ain’t fucking started yet on that nome ##### !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Gruela 14

    Well, go on then.

  14. the sprout 15

    yes please do tell FailedDad

  15. Why should I bother as I will wait until I see roger nome in Court .

  16. roger – what is your lawyers name ? Proceedings will be in Christchurch .

  17. r0b 18

    There goes the neighbourhood.

    Folks, maybe we could just like, not respond to d4j? Just a thought…

  18. Gruela 19

    That’s a bit of a letdown from “Hey you fucked up coward spittles – you want a go = do you soft cock wankers !!”

    Hey, I’m Spittle, (on my mother’s side.) I’d like a go.

  19. the sprout 20

    more piss and wind like whaleoil. still apart from the unfortunate distraction for nome, it’d be great to see you humiliated in court FailedDad. how many people do you think would defend your posting?

    and despite the fact that nome hasn’t said what you’ve accused him of, how do your lawyer-surgeons plan on establishing that someone posting under the name of nome is actually the person you have named? apparently some people highjack logins you know, which would be wise when criticizing a documented nutjob like yourself.

  20. Hey hinamanu #### you are filth !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. Gruela 22

    rOb, poiny taken, advice accepted.

  22. Gruela 23

    Sorry, rOb, didn’t mean to take your poiny.

  23. gruela = hinamanu ####!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  24. r0b 25

    “Sorry, rOb, didn’t mean to take your poiny.”

    That’s all right, I’m not using it tonight. You can drop it back in the post to me when you send me my next top secret leftie decoder ring.

  25. Hinamanu coward – drink your pus you #### !!!!!!!!You have started something now you are going to regret #####’s !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. Gruela 27

    Does anyone know why D4J is calling me a pale bird?

  27. I think he is a little upset that he is enduring a forced holiday over at DPF.
    Roger, I hope you are feeling ashamed of yourself. You are a bully, your continual baiting of somebody who is unwell is becoming sickening. You surely cannot be doing it for the sport because it is hardly a challenge for you.
    Why don’t you give him a break and lay off for a while?

  28. :ee Clark spews his bile on kiwiblog – “ps colinm Hinamanu is a gentleman and a scholar. He is a gentle soul of discretion and refinement. I can bear witness to that..?”

    Hey Lee Clark you bum buddy hinamanu is a sick ##### as this twisted @@@@@ lkie Phillip John Mason called me a paedophile but he us allowed too . Lee Clark – go get a head job you twisted nutbar , what a lynch mob of fucked up keyboard cowards . Hinamanu – I will exact revenge ##### !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lee Clark you can be a witness at pay back time coward !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Roger nome and hianmanu – you will regret !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  29. Hey hinamanu – you queer #### you going to call me a kid fucker today and your mate Lee Clark thinks it funny . Come on ##### !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  30. Come on roger nome call me a child rapist like hinamanu ##### does on kiwiblog . Come on hinamanu – come on Mason . I will even this !!!!!

  31. r0b 32

    Any Standard editors reading this thread might like to check out Zos on KBB.


    If WordPress can do that it looks like a good idea to me…

  32. r0b 33

    …that link doesn’t seem to take you straight to the comment – so see Zos commenting on d4j post at 4:06am.

  33. Robinsod 34

    Why don’t you give him a break and lay off for a while?

    Gotta say I’m with Bill on this one. Dad is either someone taking the piss in a very tenacious way or he’s ill. Either way engaging with him is a bad ideas because it is futile and/or cruel.

  34. Hey hinamanu – you are going to get a visit shortly #### !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  35. r0b 36

    Interesting read in The Hearald this morning.


    Ho Standard editors – worth a front page post?

  36. I not ill sod – I just want this site to end with a Court case – eh stan , Mason and hinamanu – bring it on you low life coward ####’s !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. IrishBill 38

    Dad – we have never banned anyone and in the few months we have been around we have deleted only one comment. Your behaviour on this blog is off-topic and well out of line. If you do not moderate your behaviour here we will have to consider your comments to be spam. We are not going to indulge your illness.

  38. PhilBest 39

    As a musician, I must say, not bad, Ali Akram, although not in the Weird Al Yankovitch class, and a few issues with intonation there, but yes, very funny.

    By the way, Tane, full marks for the Captcha and posting functioning since my little grizzle a couple of days ago.

  39. Dean 40

    This was really good and quite funny.

    Doublestandard, Insolent Prick – take a break. If you can’t see the humour in this then you’re as bad as the people you like to hate.

  40. The Double Standard 41

    Eh, I thought it woz kinda funny, esp the tag.

  41. Dean 42

    roger nome said:

    “I have no “venal crusade” against D4J. D4J often goes out of his way to be offensive and abusive to left contributors at KB, so sometimes I’ll give him some stick back.”

    I bet you’re a real hit with the ladies.

  42. dancer 43

    more comments on the dvd – this time some gentle humour from
    noelle McCarthy: Scumbag or wannabe groover
    Michael Cullen is wrong.

    I dislike saying this; I have a lot of respect for him. Mostly for getting up in the morning and coming to work, so knackered is he looking these days, but I have to disagree with him on one point.

    John Key is not a scumbag. I wasn’t at all surprised to hear the National Party leader described thus by Dr Cullen; it’s a well known fact that the Deputy PM is the possessor of a tongue that draws blood, but he’s barking up the wrong tree this time.


  43. I agree with dancer those comments are hardly fair to a lady from a man in his position ? I prefer fetid scumbag over groover .
    I like dancing with fairies on Mount H .

  44. James Sleep 45

    dad4justice – get a life

  45. HAHA – coming from you James Sleep is rather silly .

  46. Tane 47

    James, Dad, if you want to have an argument could you please do it elsewhere. No one else is interested in your ongoing feud.

  47. I agree Tane , however I did not start it . As far as I am concerned I have nothing to say to him . He does keep attacking me for some rather strange reason that has me in a total state of bewilderment as I am only trying to be a loyal red fox .

  48. IrishBill 49

    Agreed, Tane.

  49. the sprout 50

    d4j/hinamanu/3bags seems to have his most heated arguments with himself anyway, i’d rather not have to scan through them to get to the sane people.

  50. all_your_base 51

    Hey dad4justice.

    I’m loathe to do this but we’ve started getting complaints about your behaviour and language. This is a warning.

    We all want this to be a forum where people can express themselves freely but I’m not prepared to let you do this at the expense of excluding others.

    You can say what you like, but keep your language clean.

  51. deemac 52

    according to The Press, Key is still distributing the “withdrawn” dvd – he clearly has no understanding of why they were withdrawn

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