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Dave Harrison

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Yeah, ladies and gentlemen
Broadcasting live it's the president-elect,
Mr. George W Bush,
It sucks but accept it,
Come on.

The first day of the next 4 years
W stand behind the mic just like we all feared
Y'all make it real clear
That W shouldn't be here.
He'll lose sight of what he believes
All out of fear.
This ain't the good leadership prez
That you're used to;
A dumass like the just can't be good news.
You gonna shoot who? (W?)
That gotta be way to hard
Getting past the bodyguards, so give it up
Leave the whole country run by this bum,
Rollin' downhill, hop to stop, settle in a rut.
While he's runnin' the country he's makin' it up.
Quick to grab the rug under our feet and pull;
Loosen up, get away with it; it was accidental.
Fill up the office with other guys that are dull.
Bushes be quick to give W a brain to use for his reign
Or else the whole country goes down with the stock exchange.

W - Rig the election, make voters confound
W - Don't let the recount, stay stubbornly resound
W - Have your brother turn the results around
W - to the presidency thanks to his rich family

Ever since W has spoke; he was still on coke;
Approached every job as if it were a joke.
Watch out for what W says
Or else next year, he'll be our next ex-prez.
Mr. Big Chief in charge, his rich daddy put him in the National Guard
To avoid the draft to Vietnam,
Runnin' a scam, he'll send somebody else to the land.
Now he's our man? Too craven to fight for the land.
Now you know why the people are laughin'
The people can't believe it's happened.
W been gettin' through life slackin'
Slackin' off big time, gettin' through life with a weak mind.
The whole family got rich off an oilrig line.
Did lots of drugs in his twenties.
Thinking' work is a joke (real funny).
Living' off his dad's oil money.
It's funny how things can change overnight
Someone who can't think right
Could beat Al Gore cause Bill cheated on his wife.


Run government.
W's a slacker 100%
Making me sick, George W - the next president,
The real deal, how does it feel,
That president-elect
Can't even say things correct,
Is gonna protect
Everyone in the nation, but he can't see
That most people worked hard just to get where they be.
Some work to stand on their own two feet,
Work all day, in cold or heat
Restless, no time for sleep;
So they can afford to eat; get less tax-cut than the very rich elite.
It's a very thin line between acting and lying.
W just crossed it. (No point denying).
Clinton lied once too; use it against Gore (justifying).
He ain't trying to bring our country progress, regardless;
Delegate to the cabinet, shut up, remain cautious.
Represent nothing but stacking and slacking.
Carefully, with help from his dad, delayed the tracking, beat Gore.


So there you have it
Running the whole country.
Mr. Whiner, Mr. Weiner.
Without Willpower
W as in Why did anyone vote for this moron.
Wondering how he Won
Why not count the votes
When will he screw up
He'll screw up Wonderfully.
That there is true for W
Except W is not true.
W Won't Work!

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