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Song Parodies -> "Goodbye Super Tuesday"

Original Song Title:

"Goodbye Ruby Tuesday"

Original Performer:

Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Goodbye Super Tuesday"

Parody Written by:

Ed Burkle

The Lyrics

I could never say where it came from
Yesterday don't matter, now it's gone
Whether ‘Left’ or ‘Right’
Will it be alright?
No one knows
It comes and goes

Goodbye, Super Tuesday
Who could pick one name on you,
when they change with every new day?
Guess I’m gonna miss you...

Don't question why we all can vote for free.
They’ll tell you “Mine’s the only way to be”
We just can't be chained
To a “Prez” where nothing’s gained
And all is lost
At such a cost

“There's no time to lose”, I heard them say
“Vote for me, or I must go away”
Saying all the time
“Choose me, please…
or we will lose this time.”
That’s so sublime!

Goodbye, Super Tuesday
Who could pick one name on you,
when we “hope” with every new day?
Guess I’m gonna miss you...

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Patrick - March 07, 2012 - Report this comment
You have to wonder what would happen if all the States voted on the same day. By the time some people get the opportunity to vote, their candidate may already be gone or too far behind to catch up. It is a real peculiarity of our system that I don't think any other nation has sought to imitate.

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