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Song Parodies -> "Gets No Better"

Original Song Title:

"Getting Better"

Original Performer:

Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Gets No Better"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

It gets no better after time.
Davis was special interests' tool.
In brownouts. . .couldn't keep us cool
The hammer came down,
He left Sacto town
Now we got us a new fool.

And under this twit, things get no better
Deeper we're debtors all the time
And under this twit, things get no better
They get no better. We bought his line.

His first film, "Stay Hungry"--not bad.
Took place down on Venice Beach sands.
As actor his words
Were funny when slurred.
He now does his worst, with no plan.

And under this twit, things get no better.

We used to have Davis. . .was no man
To lead us; he played very badly
The part of the gov.
Swept him out clean, we had a change of scene.
Now we got new special-interests man.

And under this twit, things get no better
Deeper we're debtors all the time
And under this twit, things get no better
Same old bullshetter, with a new line.

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