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Song Parodies -> "Dole Man"

Original Song Title:

"Soul Man"

Original Performer:

Sam & Dave

Parody Song Title:

"Dole Man"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Written in 1996, before his stint as Viagra spokesman, when Senator Bob Dole (R-KS) ran as the Republican challenger against incumbent President Bill Clinton, lost handily, and then retired from the Senate. Bob Dole was known throughout his political career for his sharp tongue, making him an ideal hatchet man against political opponents. As sung by a Dole supporter:
Coming to you
On a muddy road
I got a truck load

And when you get 'em
Give back some
So don't you worry
'Cause Bob's running

I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man

Got where he got
The easy way
And he gets richer
Each and every day

And he hates Bill
From Little Rock
And when he starts
He can't stop

I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man

Just go to vote
And he'll get in
You got no hope
The Congress is Republican

Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

(instrumental break)

I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man
I'm a Dole man

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