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Song Parodies -> "Fiscal Grift"

Original Song Title:

"Crystal Ship"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Fiscal Grift"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

There’s not a bit up there of conscience; kiss
it off, ’cause it comes down to this:
These mother’s away it will piss
these mother’s piss, these mother’s piss
the revenue away that’s gained;
they blow it ’cause they’re unrestrained.
These slime our country’s rep have stained;
they thieve again and thieve again.

They’re smelling of fleecedom and lies;
these creeps in D.C. most despise.
Deliver treats to evil guys,
they’ve swagman eyes and bagman thighs.

The fiscal grift has been fulfilled:
a trillion-plus misdeeds have killed
and trillions more away to sign
when they get back of your behind.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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Michael Pacholek - December 04, 2012 - Report this comment
A pattern seems to have crystallized.
Rob Arndt - December 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Add another 5.55 Trillion to the debt!!!

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