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Song Parodies -> "Dave Kay Found None"

Original Song Title:

"Our Day Will Come"

Original Performer:

Ruby & The Romantics

Parody Song Title:

"Dave Kay Found None"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Arms inspector David Kay announced he has found no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, further damaging the credibility of the Bush administration who went to war on false pretenses
(instrumental intro)

Dave Kay found none...
What weapons? Found nothing.
Bush cares 'bout oil.
Failing is Shrub the King.

Let's all give hell to Bush, who has lied just so (lied just so)
To war he'd go (war he'd go)
Let's boot... Shrubby.

Dave Kay found none.
Bushies cried "Wait a while!"
They'd cheer, then cuss;
Bush sh*t stinks for a mile.

War dreams now tragic,
'Cause our troops have to stay.
Now Shrub must pay:
Dave Kay... found none.
(Dave Kay... found none... Dave Kay... found none)

(instrumental break)

War dreams now tragic,
'Cause our troops have to stay.
Now Shrub must pay:
Dave Kay... found none.
Dave Kay... found none.

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