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Song Parodies -> "Is It Any Wonder That Our Eyes Are Red"

Original Song Title:

"Poor 'ol Caligua"

Original Performer:

Hank Williams

Parody Song Title:

"Is It Any Wonder That Our Eyes Are Red"

Parody Written by:

Joseph Hayes

The Lyrics

Poor 'ol Monica, careful who you kiss
Did you ever wonder it would come to this

Is it any wonder that your dress got stained
Poor 'ol Monica, you poor 'ol soggy mess

Poor 'ol Bill, you lousy, craven crook
Everybody that knows you gonna write a book

Is it any wonder Ken Starr's comin' on so strong
Poor 'ol Bill your nose is growin' long

Poor 'ol Hillary ,you're in a scandal-maybe even two
Poor 'ol Hillary, what you gonna do

That NY congress post is comin' up for bid
Poor 'ol Hillary, don't tell them what you hid

Poor 'ol Chelsea, are you happy are you sad
Tell us what you know dear, are your parents good or bad

Is it any wonder you're hidden from public view
Poor 'ol Chelsea, what you gonna do

Poor 'ol public you don't know what to do
Everyone knows the Clinton's made a fool of you

Poor 'ol Gore, he'll never get the vote
Poor 'ol Gore, that poor 'ol wooden dolt

Joseph Hayes

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