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Song Parodies -> "Bushies"

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The Beatles

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Red Meat Democrat

The Lyrics

Have you see the little Bushies
crawling in the dirt
And for all the little Bushies
Life is getting worse
Always having dirt
to play around in

Have you see the bigger Bushies
In their starched white shirts
You will find the bigger Bushies
Stirring up the dirt
Always have clean shirts
to play around in

In their sties with all their backing
They don't care what goes on around
In their eyes there's something lacking
What they need's a darn good whacking

Everywhere there's lots of Bushies
Living Bushy lives
You can see them out for dinner
With their Bushy wives
Clutching forks and knives
to eat their bacon

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Copyright - March 09, 2004 - Report this comment
I feel so violated!
Professor Longhair - March 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Today, boys and girls, we'll learn a new word. Can you all say "Plagerism"?
Adam Zen B. - March 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Too much red meat perchance?
Tim Hall - March 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Michael Pacholek - March 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Plagerism? You mean you worship old defensemen for the St. Louis Blues?

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