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Song Parodies -> "It's Not Quite Possible"

Original Song Title:

"t's Not Unusual"

Original Performer:

Tom Jones

Parody Song Title:

"It's Not Quite Possible"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

It's not quite possible for Iraq to not be bombed
It's not quite possible for the war to last that long
the threat of terrorism may not be con
It's quite quite possible for Shrub to lie
oh so many times

It's not quite possible that it's not 'bout oil this time
but when Blair's talking up the unilateral line
if you should ask him what weapons of mass destruction
It's not quite possible

to stop the war today although the public say
we'll find that Dubya's won today
Shrub will only do what he wants to do
let's hope the crazy Shrub resigns

It's quite quite possible we've been had by Bush and Blair
It's not quite possible that Osama's hiding there
but if you ever find that Tony's changing his line
It's quite quite possible that Morals will be mentioned there too
whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh

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