Best and funniest comedy songs #4

If you search through my site you’ll find three other similar posts already. Oh, you already got that from #4 been in the title? My bad. Anyhow, I hope you enjoy these songs as much as I do…

I’m Fucking Matt Damon by Sarah Silverman. Song starts at 2:15.

And this is the response from Jimmy Kimmel: Fucking Ben Affleck

Let’s end this motif with Fuck Everything from Jon Lajoie

Best and funniest comedy songs #3

It’s been a while since I did this so here are more comedic songs that never fail to tickle my funny bone. Don’t forget to check out Part One and Part Two

Dewey Cox – Dear Mr. President

Jon Lajoie – 2 Girls 1 Cup

The Book of Mormon - I Believe

Best and funniest comedy songs #2

The post where I featured some of my favorite funny songs was highly popular so I decided to give it another go.

Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci are two Hollywood actresses who moonlight as the comedic duo Garfunkel & Oates. They have several great songs and here is This Party Took a Turn for the Douche.

I posted a song from The Lonely Island but since they can do no wrong here is another. This one was originally featured on Saturday Night Live to showcase Natalie Portman’s good girl image. It’s called Natalie’s Rap and click here to see the real music video as it won’t let me embed.

The Bob & Tom Show came up with Camel Toe! Need I say more? Matt Roush sings an alternative version of a Beach Boys hit.

 

Best and funniest comedy songs

Usually you come here for information about my awesome novels (wink wink) and on Mondays you find some great music to write by. So why not do a little more music today? Except that I’ll feature my favorite humor songs.

First off Lazy Sunday, the song that basically put The Lonely Island on the map as a band (as opposed to a SNL skit). It’s kind of stupid but it’s so catchy and inane that you just want to listen to it over and over again.

Comedian Jon Lajoie hails from my hometown so it was great to see him become a YouTube superstar. He has an entire catalogue of awesomeness to pick from but I have a soft spot for Everyday Normal Guy. Maybe someday I’ll feature more of him.

Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story was a crazy spoof of the Ray Charles and Johnny Cash biopics but it also did a pretty good job of providing a history of pop music through the last 50 years. Here we have John C. Reilly singing this crazy song Royal Jelly, channeling the indecipherable ramblings of Bob Dylan.

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