School Days Florida Style – A Ron Desantis Parody | Freedom Toast & Cinebot Video

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A possibly disturbing, but very accurate Parody about Ron Desantis’ version of public education. Lyrics and production work by The Freedom Toast – Video design and editing by Cinebot Video. Created for Parody Project
Executive Producers for Parody Project Don Caron and Jerry Pender

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School day, school days
Make me into a fool days
Our education will take a new path
No English grammar or hist’ry or math
Governor Ron says our teachers can’t teach
Only read Bibles or lie on the beach
If someone says “sex” we should let out a screech
‘Cause that’s what we now learn in school

School days, school days
Brand new Golden Rule days
Don’t do as I do, just do what I say
Watch the Republicans show you the way.
We learn biology, but without sex
Gym class with coaches that fondle our necks
Each week makes sure that we are nervous wrecks
So, welcome to Florida schools!

School days, school days,
Teach us how to be cruel days
Kick injured kids if you see they are down
Chase away libbruls if they come around
Bio shows us how to pull wings off flies
Beat up minorities, ignore their cries
Shut off the news til democracy dies
And that’s what we now learn at school!

School days, school days,
Become a DeSantis tool days
You only learn what he wants you to learn
Stakes are just objects where witches can burn
High school girls only take one kind of test
Take off their shirts because teacher knows best
Teach them to get it all off their chest
And welcome to Florida schools!


“School Days” is an American popular song written in 1907 by Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards. Its subject is of a mature couple looking back sentimentally on their childhood together in primary school. The song was featured in a Broadway show of the same name, the first in a series of Edwards’ school acts. It was the inspiration for many subsequent school acts, including the Marx Brothers’ Fun in Hi Skule, their first major Vaudeville success.

The best known part of the song is its chorus:

School days, school days
Dear old Golden Rule days
‘Reading and ‘riting and ‘rithmetic
Taught to the tune of the hick’ry stick
You were my queen in calico
I was your bashful, barefoot beau
And you wrote on my slate, “I Love You, Joe”
When we were a couple o’ kids

“School Days” has been recorded many times over the years. Byron G. Harlan was an early recording star who made it a hit. Billy Murray and Ada Jones also sang it as memorable duet, referenced decades later by Tiny Tim on one of his albums, in which he sang both parts, using his famous falsetto voice.

Louis Jordan recorded a jump blues version of “School Days” in 1949 under the title “School Days (When We Were Kids)”. Although it credited the original songwriters, Jordan’s record had little in common with earlier versions of the song other than the words of the chorus. The original melody was replaced with a twelve bar blues and the lyrics of most of the verses were replaced with nursery rhymes.

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