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Anderson 'parody Man' Araujo

The Lyrics

yep another political oriented song
ozama is moving so fast
that they never knew
if he was hidding inside the white house
they would offer him a tour

saddam told him to give up
"here the food is good"
you just have to sign some contrats
cuz all they want is control the market of fuel

keep bomb falling down on...


here he was
get his butt
get his butt shine

there's hideout in the jungle
where all the bombs have failed
it can be taken down by my grandma
and her he's nephew he's about ten

and if new york times's eliminated
then I guess I've got to tell you
please repeat the message
saddam and ozama are bush's little crew

keep bomb falling down


ok set them off yeah we're gonna fly over the bay
they'll get his butt
they'll get his butt shine

ah ah ah

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Pacing: 3.6
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Overall Rating: 3.9

Total Votes: 7

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