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Song Parodies -> "No Friends In The World"

Original Song Title:

"The End of the World"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Skeeter Davis

Parody Song Title:

"No Friends In The World"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

(instrumental intro)

Lies from Dim Son; Powell's resigning.
Lies and deceit for his war.
Bush must go; has no friends in the world;
Not fooled by Shrubby anymore.

Lied, through false words; bomb's he's flinging.
Iraqis charred by war club.
Bush must go; has no friends in the world.
Peace ended 'cause our boss is Shrub.

Bush made up bogus warnings as he blundered.
War posturing's the same as it was.
Iraq's plundered land, Iraq's plundered land,
Huge life loss, bombing as he does.

Abu Ghraib prisoner beatings;
Covered up lies about why.
Bush must go; has no friends in the world.
Let's end his term; impeach this guy.

(instrumental break)

Bush must go; has no friends in the world.
Let's end his term; impeach this guy.

(instrumental ending)

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