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Song Parodies -> "It's Dubya's Birthday"

Original Song Title:

"Birthday"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"It's Dubya's Birthday"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Dover & Bill Tong

The Lyrics

On July 6, pResident Bush celebrated his 56th birthday at the Bush family compound at Kennedrunkport, CT
(instrumental intro)

It's Dubya's birthday.
It's the nation's too, yeah.
It's Dubya's birthday.
So who's in charge? Sir Big Time.
It's Dubya's birthday
See how Smirk's Way screws you...

(instrumental break)

Bush Republicans now run the party...
Halliburton also runs the party...
Poppy's Carlyle Group now runs the party...

We saw Enron collapse (Smirk's way)...
Big security lapse (Smirk's way)...
While Dubya took naps (Smirk's way)...

(instrumental break)

It's Dubya's birthday.
It's the nation's too, yeah.
It's Dubya's birthday.
So who's in charge? Sir Big Time.
It's Dubya's birthday.
See how Smirk's Way screws you!

(instrumental ending)

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