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Song Parodies -> "Clinton Theresa and Johns"

Original Song Title:

"Abraham Martin and John"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Clinton Theresa and Johns"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

and not necessarily in that order
Has anybody here seen those guys named John?
Can you tell me where they've gone?
They waved at lots of people
But the swing states were not swung
You know, I'm kinda glad they both are gone

Anybody here seen those guys named John?
Can you tell me where they've gone?
They smiled at lots of people
Now the ketchup has been slung
I just looked around and they've gone

Anybody here seen that guy named Clinton?
Can you tell me where he's gone?
He never did inhale it
And he really liked em young
They say his wife just isn't done

I never heard the things that they stood for
Didn't they try to two-step with you and me
But we're still free
Four more years, and they're gonna be good ones...

Anybody here seen lady Theresa?
Can you tell me where she's gone?
Trying to ketchup with flexible Hill
And trying to keep up with John

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