Confessions of a Splash Mountain Rap Star

My name is Park-Dawg and I’m here to say
Never begin a rap this way.
I’m tryin’ too hard to sound cool and hip
So don’t bust my rhyme or I’ll bust your lip.

As long as I talk and don’t sing these words
I’ll be the deffest rapper you’ve ever heard.
Even if Brer Bear’s voice actor can’t hack it
I’ll bring down the house in my sweet Mickey jacket.

This is Disney, yo. We’re a major playa’.
Our promo vids have more than one laya’.
We’re gonna reconnect with all the young teens:
Moms, pops, and tots and all in betweens.

When we showcase a ride, we make it sound rad.
We use all the hip lingo. We’re like MJ. We’re bad.
Fo shizzle, yo. Hey this stuff is a habit.
Log flumes and bayous and pink bunny rabbits.

There ain’t nothing more gangsta or street or legit
than a 200 year folk tale that might get you wet.
Take a song that’s already four decades too square
Just throw in a rap. Man that’s one hipster hare!

It’s so gnarly and relevant and everyone digs it.
Nothing sounds edgier than a rap so profligate
that you can’t help but watch and want to go visit.
Cool kids ride this ride. You’re one. It’s implicit.

Think we made a mistake with those neon hard hats?
Think again bro! Village People cast-offs are phat!
And those fly chicks are dope. Those are five major hotties.
Especially when their ghosts step out of their bodies.

Don’t make any jokes about how I can’t dance.
Talk to the hand, girl. I so ROCK these pink pants!
I’ll rap battle your butt any times any places.
White boys can’t rap, WHAT? Song of the South is less racist!

Keep 2Pac. Keep Jay Z. Those cats can’t improvise.
You want a serious rapper, get Nick from Family Ties.
It takes someone creative to rhyme the word zip.
Let me think for a second. I’ve got it! Zip zip!

We know a good thing when we see it, y’all.
You’ll wanna lay down these tracks with your friends at the mall.
Yo this song is da bomb. Guaranteed to entice.
It’s a rap so nice we recorded it twice.

Check it out yo! Timestamp Three-oh-one represent!
It’s a whole ‘nuther version and just as intense.
You can feel yourself getting cooler with each viewing
You’ll be tight like Jane Fonda, blocking shots like Pat Ewing.

Don’t get the reference? Too bad. They were big in the Eighties.
See ya, loser. I’m gonna go ride Splash with five ladies.

16 thoughts on “Confessions of a Splash Mountain Rap Star

  1. Blast from the Past! I used to own that movie growing up, my mom got it out for us when we were fixin to go on a trip! (Circa 1993-ish)

    • I had it too, which is why when I stumbled onto the first video, I knew the song immediately because of the Sing-Along. Sadly, I think I purchased that video after I was grown up.

  2. Maybe I’m just really tired, but it didn’t look like there was any water flowing when they went down the big drop… tell me I’m just really tired!!!

  3. Wow, survey says good thing the corparate filter is blocking the video.
    No worries Shane,I heard Jim Belushi’s looking for different rap partner.

  4. Sorry if this comment has any typos, but I had to gouge out my eyes after watching that first video.

  5. I kept trying to look away, but I couldn’t … I couldn’t!

    Anyone who had anything to do with the creation and posting of that video deserves a special place in hell.

  6. If I had a time machine, I’d go back about 10 minutes and tell myself not to watch that video. I’m scarred for life.

    • Or you could go back 20 years, work on your fly dance moves, and get yourself a spot as a background dancer!

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