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Song Parodies -> "The Unteachable Czar"

Original Song Title:

"The Impossible Dream"

Original Performer:

Jack Jones

Parody Song Title:

"The Unteachable Czar"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Dedicated to Dubya, "Donkey Hotay" - the Man of LaJunta
Bush schemed the impossible scheme.
Despite being beat by his foe.
Didn't care that he sold our tomorrow.
Supremes made him king - they said so.

Must fight - his agenda is wrong.
He'd drill, and the land he would scar.
More nuclear arms are just scary.
Impeach this unteachable czar...

He failed his test
At being the czar.
As leader, he's hopeless.
He's so below par.

'Cause his mind is a sieve.
And his thoughts primitive.
And he's willing to lie
And dishonor the trust that we give.

Dubya's bro' - must have helped with his coup:
As you've probably guessed:
That Jeb's part was to leave and stay calm.
Harris did all the rest...

But our world deserves better than this.
Our head man should now be behind bars.
Karl Rove secretly feels discouraged:
Can't teach his unteachable czar.

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