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Song Parodies -> "A.G. Gonzalez"

Original Song Title:

"Lady Madonna"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"A.G. Gonzalez"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Satire about embattled Attorney General Albert Gonzalez, fighting to save his job while being sharply questioned by Congress for his role in the U.S. Attorney firings scandal
(instrumental intro)

A.G. Gonzalez - Congress said, "Let's meet!"
Justice was mismanaged, to help Bush cheat.
Ask Bush's chummies, loyalty hell-bent;
Prosecutors fired by this pResident.

Subpoenas arrive; a future court case?
Bush aides losing sleep for what they'd done.
Al's reviled; fall guy to save Shrub's face.
Is Al now done?

A.G. Gonzalez, clearly not the best.
Justice was mismanaged; he failed his test.
Is Al now done?

A.G. Gonzalez, lied and he misled.
He'll soon face the music; given up for dead.

Crap from right wing loons is never ending.
Answers for these capers didn't come.
Scandals haven't stopped; Al's still defending
What he had done.

A.G. Gonzalez - Congress said, "Let's meet!"
Justice was mismanaged, to help Bush cheat.

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