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Song Parodies -> "Airhead Doctor"

Original Song Title:

"There's a Doctor"

Original Performer:

The Who

Parody Song Title:

"Airhead Doctor"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Song #12 in my mock opera, "Tom D."
Tom D:
A dogturd I've found
To be my butt-boy.
Airhead doctor, nose brown,
"Culture of life"'s toy,
Airhead doctor, nose brown,
Vulture, like me, a ploy.

Chorus:
Of crooked renown,
An HMO whorer,
He lives in this town
And he's a horror.
He's Frist, and for clowns,
He is a whorer.

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Royce Miller - May 17, 2005 - Report this comment
While you've done a commendable job on your opera, Tom DeLay doesn't have anymore smut on him than do many democrats, and the partisan nature of this inspection of him would be called a witch hunt by Democrats, if it were aimed at them.

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