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Song Parodies -> "Nobody Believed It"

Original Song Title:

"I'm a Believer"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Nobody Believed It"

Parody Written by:

Band Dorks

The Lyrics

Bush thought votes were only true in fairy tales
Meant for someone else but not for him
Gore was out to get him
He would win it seems
Bush's brother gave him all his dreams

And then the votes were in
Nobody believed it
Count again
Gore's most popular
Yet Bush won
How could Gore lose this?
How could they choose this

Bush declared a holy war upon Iraq
Bin Laden was there or so he claimed
What's the use in looking?
Could be any place
Disappeared without a single trace

Then he saw Saddam
Decided to kill him
Need a bomb
To get that guy gone
Need excuse
Weapons would do it
He couldn't prove it
When he tried

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Sweet Indigo - September 22, 2003 - Report this comment
Stupid One-guy. Brilliant parody, I like it very much.
Claude Prez - September 23, 2003 - Report this comment
Nice job Guy; pretty evenhanded too.
Claude Prez - September 23, 2003 - Report this comment
You'll have to excuse me; I'm only TEN AND A HALF years old; I thought I clicked on the Guy DiRito song above yours. Anyway, good job Dorks.

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