Dare to Be Stupid" is an original song by "Weird Al" Yankovic. It is a musical pastiche (or "style parody") of the band Devo. Lyrically, the song encourages the listener to be stupid in various ways; mostly by advising them to do the opposite of common idioms (. let the bedbugs bite" or "put all your eggs in one basket"), with the occasional absurd non sequitur (. stick your head in the microwave and get yourself a tan").
Lyrics to "Dare To Be Stupid" song by Weird Al Yankovic: Put down that chainsaw and listen to me It's time for us to join in the fight It's time to let your. Take some wooden nickles Look for Mr. Goodbar Get your mojo working now I'll show you how You can dare to be stupid. You can turn the other cheek You can just give up the ship You can eat a bunch of sushi and forget to leave a tip. Dare to be stupid Come on and dare to be stupid It's so easy to do Dare to be stupid We're all waiting for you Let's go. It's time to make a mountain out of a molehill So can I have a volunteer There's no more time for crying over spilled milk Now it's time for crying in your beer.
Weird Al’s pastiche of Devo is among his most well-known non-parody songs – while it’s an exploitation of the band’s sound, and the video clearly pokes fun at Devo’s visual style, there isn’t a specific song being lampooned ( Big Mess is the one closer to Dare to be Stupid ). The rhythm of the song is mostly based on Big Mess. Throughout the song the band is seen in HazMat suits, a reference to the Devo cover of Satisfaction. Dare to Be Stupid" Track Info. Written By Weird Al Yankovic. Release Date August 1, 1986. Dare to Be Stupid Weird Al Yankovic. 2. Dare to Be Stupid.
The highlight, however, is the title track, a bounty of bad advice in the style of electro-pop pioneers Devo. Yankovic also lampoons Elvis and cheesy sci-fi flicks before winding down with a relentlessly perky polka pastiche of a dozen pop hits. Dare to Be Stupid "Weird Al" Yankovic.
Dare to Be Stupid is the third studio album by "Weird Al" Yankovic, released on June 18, 1985. The album was one of many produced by former The McCoys guitarist Rick Derringer.
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