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Song Parodies -> "The Clown in the City (Dubya! #7)"

Original Song Title:

"The Town and the City"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Teenage Fanclub

Parody Song Title:

"The Clown in the City (Dubya! #7)"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

Feels bad scandal's here again
In the city was the president
From the first time the story breaks
More lies and more Bush mistakes

News is breaking, Democrats applaud
But not so much, cause they'll be guilty too for sure
If it's not shredded right away
Then it goes missing, then it goes missing
Don't just walk away
Missing the shrubs position
Cause this lies, not quite right

Bush's place, in the picture comes
Cover up has just begun
Suspicion of corruption brings
Highlights, the Enron links

Voters helped the election of this clown
Money fraud has turned the whitehouse upside down
If he declares war straight away
He'll be like Clinton, He'll be like Clinton
Bomb Iraq again
Missing the shrubs position
Cause this lies, not quite right

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