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Song Parodies -> "Swept Away"

Original Song Title:

"Yesterday"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Swept Away"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Swept away
Right wing's troubles loom so large today
They admit now what they feared to say
They fear they will be swept away

Bush Baby
Is not half the man that Gore could be
Bush's regime failed miserably
Let's sweep away the G.O.P.

But they act as though they don't know
They'll lose this way
They thought Bush was strong,
They were wrong,
Inept today

Kept away
From the issues, with war games they played
When they lost support, they were dismayed
We'd like to see them swept away

But they act as though they don't know
They'll lose this way
They thought Bush was strong,
They were wrong,
Inept today

Kept away
From the issues, with war games they played
When they lost support, they were dismayed
We'd like to see them swept away
Yes, let's see them swept away!

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