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The Beatles

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"He's A Loser"

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The Lyrics

I wrote this in the summer of 2001. It was kinda like my protest song about how Bush stole the election and favors capital punishment.
Here come Ol' Dubya, he acts like he's something
He has ape expressions,
He hates honest voters.
He thinks a liar is the thing to be
Thinks he's an emperor
He just does what he please

He spoiled rotten, he's a non-stop whiner
He likes lots of money, he hates our opinions
There's a ton of things he doesn't know
He favors rich guys with skin white as snow
He's a loser, that George Dubya B.

He shame to Texas, he's the Reaper's helpmate
He's the voter briber, he got donkey's reasoning
He can't lose, he just has to win
Talkin' to the people with a phony grin
He's a loser, that George Dubya B.

He murder lover, he like wildlife killing
He's a two-faced speaker, he got wacky morals
He say one and one and four make three
He favors oil being dumped in the seas
He's a loser, that George Dubya B.
He's a loser
He's a loser
He's a loser
He's a loser

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