Hello readers! These past few weeks I've been watching the Firefly series, and because I love Adam Baldwin, I hold a special place in my heart for Jayne Cobb. In the episode "Jaynestown" there's a ballad sung about Jayne; I got the genius idea to make a parody of the song, featuring John Casey. So it's set to the tune of "The Ballad of Jayne". I hope you enjoy it! Please review, because that'd be shiny and Awesome!

Note: I do not own "The Ballad of Jayne" or Firefly, nor do I own Chuck.

Also, this piece is dedicated to lifeislikeaboxofbertiebotts, because shares my slightly unhealthy obsession with Chuck and Firefly and understands exactly what I mean when I send her a random message at 3:30 in the morning telling her that John Casey and Jayne Cobb both used the phrase 'man parts' in their respective shows. She's the best co-writer a girl could have-thanks AC!


John, the man they call John

He took down the robbers
And he fought for the free
With appliance objects he clobbers
Every low-down enemy
Our love for him now
Will last through the dawn
The hero of Burbank
The man they call John

Our John saw that danger was comin'
He saw the robbery so clear
And he saw that that thief was runnin'
Right out the doors to leave from the rear
He said "Moron, you didn't pay for that"
"Think you can just help yourself?"
Then John snatched up his snack,
And with one angry smack
Knocked the man into a DVD shelf

He took down the robbers
And he fought for the free
With appliance objects he clobbers
Every low-down enemy
Our love for him now
Will last through the dawn
The hero of Burbank
The man they call John

Not just once or twice has he beaten
Up those who threaten his store
The man they call John
He likes to keep an eye out on,
Just in case they come back for more.
Now he gives them all another chance,
With a three-strike policy in place,
But the man they call John
If you think that you can con,
You'll just end up knocked into outer space

He took down the robbers
And he fought for the free
With appliance objects he clobbers
Every low-down enemy
Our love for him now
Will last through the dawn
The hero of Burbank
The man they call John