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Song Parodies -> "Losin'"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Rascals

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Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

Losin, what the lefties do
whining, always starts too soon
I can't imagine anything that's better
the right has come inside and we're together
and california sure looks right to me, instead of

Movin, with that cloud of revenue
lyin, bout the deficit that's true..
they always lie about the things they hide from me
a man who's smart will always see the G.O.P
arnie's army is the people we should meet
but losin, that's the left's cartoon
recall, boot them out real soon

california will have sunny days this way
we're gonna beat that debt the left has made
the right is coming closer day by day
life will be ecstasy, watchin the left, they'll be

Losin, what the lefties do
whining, always starts too soon
yeah yeah yeah yeah


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Michael Pacholek - September 02, 2003 - Report this comment
You're gonna look so silly when Gray Davis wins... But no sillier than now.

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