Parody of "Under the Bridge" and "Give It Away" by Red Hot Chili Peppers; about life in The Flintstones' city of Bedrock.
Its video was shot at the same location as the "Give It Away" video and also begins with a short reference to Blind Melon's "No Rain" video.
Originally written for the TV show Welcome to the Fun Zone. In order, the capsulized stories are those of Michael P.
Fay, who was caned in Singapore for vandalism, Tonya Harding, who hired Shane Stant to club the kneecap of her figure-skating rival Nancy Kerrigan, and Lorena Bobbitt, who emasculated her husband after he sexually assaulted her. Original, in the style of "Calling All Girls" by Hilly Michaels.
One extended scene in its video parodies the video to "Return to Innocence" by Enigma.some of the titles are unprintable in a family-friendly web site) – these songs are NOT by Al.If you want to verify whether or not a song is actually by Al, check the Catalogue page.Because Yankovic is arguably the most successful parody artist, songs posted to file sharing networks are often misattributed to him due to their humorous subject matter.Much to the disdain of Yankovic, this includes songs that are racist, sexually explicit, or otherwise offensive.