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Song Parodies -> "Let His Ego Soar"

Original Song Title:

"Let The Eagle Soar"

Original Performer:

John Ashcroft

Parody Song Title:

"Let His Ego Soar"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Attorney General John Ashcroft reportedly leads public sing alongs of his own patriotic songs at the Department of Justice, much to the dismay of many of his federal employees. QUOTE: "Have you heard the song? It really sucks." - Justice Dept. lawyer
(As sung by disgusted Department of Justice employees forced to hear Ashcroft sing)

(instrumental intro)

Let his ego soar,
Our ears were made sore before.
Let Ashcroft boast, he is a bore.
Let his mighty ego soar.

Sore ears healing while he sings.
We can't stand to hear to these things.
Oh, dear God, more songs he brings.
Let his mighty ego soar.

John Ashcroft must be really high.
He must have a lot to prove.
He has tried this sh*t,
Look what he's put us through.

We're bored; he's made our spirits damp.
It's hard; sneak out the door.
If we boo, he'll have us fired,
So be patient a bit more.

John Ashcroft must be high.
You can see it in his eye.
Man, my ears are getting sore.

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