Reblog of The Wild Lindsay Lohan Girl

October 27, 2020 at 10:54 pm (Entertainment, Folklore, Humour, Poetry, Satire, Songs) (, , , , )

This was a poem I wrote 13 years ago way back in July 2007 when actress Lindsay Lohan and her shenanigans were big in the news. Written to the tune of the Irish folk song about colonial Australia entitled The Wild Colonial Boy.

Dracul Van Helsing

 The Wild Lindsay Lohan Girl

The Wild Lindsay Lohan Girl
A song written by Christopher
aka Dracul Van Helsing
July 25th, 2007
to the tune of the old Irish song
The Wild Colonial Boy

There was a wild Lindsay Lohan girl, Lindsay Lohan was her name
when it came to finding cocaine, she claimed she’d been framed
She was not doing dope, her car just went for a twirl
and dearly did the tabloids love the Wild Lindsay Lohan girl.

At the early age of sixteen years, she had more than a thousand beers
and to California traffic laws, she gave several bronx cheers
She went up on the sidewalk running over Patrolman Merle
a terror to the highways was the Wild Lindsay Lohan girl.

One fine evening as Lindsay rode along
she threw out the window her very thin thong
Three mounted troopers charged her down
this drunken airheaded clown

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  1. Jo said,

    Is she in the news again? 🙂

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      No, she isn’t, Jo.

      I had forgotten I had written this until I got a WP email notification today that someone had just commented on this really old old post. 🙂

      And I went back and read it and said, “Gee, that’s really really good.”

      The satirical song is to the tune of that old Irish folk song The Wild Colonial Boy which was one of my favourite songs growing up as a kid.

      My mother was half-Irish and half-Scottish.

      So she played old LP record albums of Irish and Scottish folk songs all the time around the house.

      So the first music I grew up listening to was Irish and Scottish folk songs.

      I knew Caribbean folk songs as well since she played a lot of Harry Belafonte albums.

      And American 1960s folk music as she played a lot of Peter, Paul and Mary.

      • Jo said,

        Believe it or not, I am a Romanian and I recognized the Irish folk song (thanks to St. Patrick’s Day) in your poem about Lindsay. I thought it was very clever. 🙂

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thank you very much. 🙂

        Yes, several different bands have recorded The Wild Colonial Boy.

        The version I grew up listening to was by Tommy Makem and The Clancy Brothers.

        I also listened to the version by the Irish Rovers.

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