Not You Ron Ron – Freedom Toast & Cinebot Video

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If you watched the Republican debates this will make sense to you. Well, maybe “make sense” is the wrong phrase. It’s a parody of Da Doo Ron Ron by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector, made famous by the performance of Shaun Cassidy in 1977. Parody lyrics were written by The Freedom Toast – Video created by Cinebot Video

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by The Freedom Toast

I heard him start to speak and he makes me ill
You do, Ron, Ron, Ron, you do, Ron Ron
Somebody told me it would get worse, still
You do, Ron, Ron, Ron, you do, Ron Ron

Yeah, DeSantis made me ill
Yes, it got worse, still
Please send this quack back home
F-you, Ron, Ron, Ron, f-you Ron, Ron

He doesn’t get the press he thinks that he should get
Boo-hoo, Ron, Ron, Ron, boo-hoo Ron, Ron
He thinks God made him POTUS, but God said, “not yet.”
Boo-hoo, Ron, Ron, Ron, boo-hoo Ron, Ron

Yeah, he’s big with “Blah, Blah, Blah.”
Yes, he flopped in Iowa
Send him back to Florida!
Boo-hoo, Ron, Ron, Ron, boo-hoo Ron, Ron

He seems to like the fawning of his Nazi friends
You do, Ron, Ron, Ron, you do, Ron, Ron
He seems to think his means can justify all ends
You do, Ron, Ron, Ron, you do Ron, Ron
He hates all people who are L G B T Q
You do Ron, Ron, Ron, you do Ron, Ron
They scare him more than atom bombs or great whites do
They do, Ron, Ron, Ron, they do, Ron Ron

Yeah, his friends are odd
Swastikas adorn their bods
Scares the kids who run for home
You do, Ron, Ron, Ron, you do, Ron, Ron

He thinks he’s cool for being cruel to refugees
Woo-hoo Ron Ron Ron, woo-hoo Ron Ron
Someday soon, we’re gonna stop his sleaze
Yeah, you Ron Ron Ron, yeah, you Ron Ron

Yeah, the man is bent
Crooked and incompetent
Who will next be president?
Not you, Ron, Ron, Ron
Not you, Ron Ron

Not you, Ron, Ron, Ron
Not you, Ron Ron

“Da Doo Ron Ron” is a song written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector. It first became a popular top five hit single for the American girl group the Crystals in 1963. American teen idol Shaun Cassidy recorded the song in 1977 and his version hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. There have also been many other cover versions of this song, including one by the songwriters Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich themselves, performing as the Raindrops.

The song is the first collaboration in songwriting by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector. The song was composed over two days in Spector’s office in New York. The title “Da Doo Ron Ron” was initially just nonsense syllables used as dummy line to separate each stanza and chorus until proper lyrics could be written, but Spector liked it so much that he kept it. Phil Spector did not want lyrics that were too cerebral and would interfere with a simple boy-meets-girl story line. The rhymes of the opening lines, “I met him on a Monday and my heart stood still … Somebody told me that his name was Bill” was inspired by Bill Walsh, a friend of Spector who happened to visit Spector while the three were writing the song.

The Crystals recorded “Da Doo Ron Ron” in March 1963 at Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles. It was produced by Phil Spector in his Wall of Sound style. Jack Nitzsche was the arranger and Larry Levine the engineer. The drummer was Hal Blaine. Dolores “LaLa” Brooks was the lead vocalist. Brooks told the syndicated radio program Solid Gold Weekend that Cher was one of the singers backing her lead vocals.

On June 8, 1963, it reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100, and on June 22, 1963, number four on the Cash Box chart. It also reached number five in the UK.

“That’s gold. That’s solid gold coming out of that speaker,” said Spector to Sonny Bono, after listening to the final playback of “Da Doo Ron Ron”.
Cash Box said that the song “relates the joy of a gal who has found THE guy, and it’s done with appropriate good rock feeling,” calling it a “solid follow-up to” the Crystals’ previous hit “He’s Sure the Boy I Love.”

In 2004, the Crystals’ song was ranked number 114 on Rolling Stone’s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. It was, however, removed from the same list in the 2010 update, being the highest-ranked of the 26 songs that were removed. But it was reinstated at No. 366 in the 2021 update.
Berlin Media listed the song at number 43 on their list of The 100 Best Singles of All Time list published in 1998. It was also recognized by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as one of the “500 Songs That Shaped Rock”. Billboard named the song #55 on their list of 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time.
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