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Song Parodies -> "Crying"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Roy Orbison

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

(instrumental intro)

The Neo-Right... have a style:
Lie and smile; that's their style.
For they saw that Bush Lite
Stole Iraq's land with might.
Have them stopped; we'll say, "Hell, no!"
We should give them hell;
Their tactics smell,
'Cause they've been ly-y-y-y-ing (all they do)...
Ly-y-y-y-ing (all they do)...
World said they're wrong,
But Bush went it all alone;
Made war by lying...
Lying... lying... ly-ing.
Not hard to understand:
Dubya's touch on our land
Was marked by lying.

You bought the lies... of W?
They're untrue, so untrue.
He rushed with greed to war,
Settled Poppy's score.
Oil Darlings: Bush and his crew.
Most people now agree:
Bush will always be...
Ly-y-y-y-ing (all he'll do)
Ly-y-y-y-ing (all he'll do)
Neo-cons, begone!
The Shrub is just your pawn.
They'll be lying... lying... lying... lying...
Yeah, lying... lying.... all.... they'll... do....

(instrumental ending)

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