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Song Parodies -> "Calendar War 2003-2004"

Original Song Title:

"Calendar Girl"

Original Performer:

Neil Sadaka

Parody Song Title:

"Calendar War 2003-2004"

Parody Written by:

Vincent Miskell

The Lyrics

************************anti-Bush parody
CALENDAR WAR
2003-2004


(2003)
I love I love I love my calendar war
Yeah sweet calendar war
I love I love I love my calendar war
Each and every day of the year

(January) We kick the year off right
(February) Corralling troops for the coming fight
(March) We march cruise missiles in our first attack
(April) We miss Saddam but occupy Iraq

Yeah yeah my heart's in a rage
I love I love I love the little wars that I wage
Every day (every day) every day (every day) of the year
(Every day of the year)

(May) Maybe if we scorn human rights
(June) We'll find those bogus WMD sites
(July) Four firecrackers thrown in a cell
(August) Might get naked detainees to tell

Yeah yeah my heart's in a rage
I love I love I love the little wars that I wage
Every day (every day) every day (every day) of the year
(Every day of the year)

(September) 'Cept for those who sat out this war
(October) We have sweetheart contracts galore
(November) I give thanks Iraq belongs to me
(December) Saddam's a present 'neath my Christmas tree

Yeah yeah my heart's in a rage
I love I love I love the little wars that I wage
Every day (every day) every day (every day) of the year
(Every day of the year)



(2004)
I love I love I love my calendar war
Yeah sweet calendar war
I love I love I love my calendar war
Each and every day of the year

(January) My crusade may not turn out right
(February) If prisoner abuses come to light
(March) Insurgents march to a different tune
(April) A new regime by the end of June?

Yeah yeah my heart's in a rage
I love I love I love the little wars that I wage
Every day (every day) every day (every day) of the year
(Every day of the year)

(May) Maybe they'll stop blaming Rummy and me
(June) Without shots of sex and nudity
(July) Once again if they trust us,
(August) I'll be nominated Caesar Augustus

Yeah yeah my heart's in a rage
I love I love I love the little wars that I wage
Every day (every day) every day (every day) of the year
(Every day of the year)

(September) If Iraq's back in quarantine,
(October) I win all debates by Halloween
(November) Big Thanksgiving if I beat Kerry
(December) Or my Christmas won't be so merry

Yeah yeah my heart's in a rage
I love I love I love the little wars that I wage
Every day (every day) every day (every day) of the year
(Every day of the year)

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martha - July 20, 2004 - Report this comment
points well made!
PH - January 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Good job Vincent. Better get started on 2005 - most of will be quite predictable. ps: I could have told you Vincent, this world was never meant for one as beautiful as you.

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