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Song Parodies -> "Tomorrow (Obama!)"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Annie (The Musical)

Parody Song Title:

"Tomorrow (Obama!)"

Parody Written by:

Melanie Lee

The Lyrics

I just got an e-mail from Barack Obama entitled "Tomorrow". I'm writing this on the evening of Monday, November 3, 2008. OS:
The voters come out tomorrow!
Betcha that the vote goes to Obama—
Or McCain.
Just thinking about tomorrow—
Got a pair of boots that I can borrow,
Case it rains?

We were stuck with a Bush who’s mean and rightist.
We just stuck out the years in tears and pain!

The vote will come out tomorrow!
So I’m gonna make the polls tomorrow,
Not in vain!
Obama! Obama!
I’ll vote for Obama!
But someone will vote McCain.

We’ll get rid of that Bush who’s mean and rightist.
I just hope that my vote won’t float away!

I gotta go vote tomorrow!
Oh, I gotta make the polls tomorrow!
Make a change!
Obama! Obama!
I’ll vote for Obama!
I hope he defeats McCain.

Obama! Obama!
I’ll vote for Obama!
I hope he defeats McCain!

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Stan Hall - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Bingo! Glad tomorrow has finally become today. It took 2 hours to vote this morning in my polling place of the last 27 years where no previous election--primary, general, or special (and I haven't missed one since coming of age in '65)--has ever required more than 15 minutes to cast a vote. Standees' cheerful attitudes gave the wait an almost party-ish atmosphere, akin to the bonhomie of elsewise never-seen neighbors in 2-car garage neighorhoods when a heavy snowfall brings everyone outdoors at once to shovel. Perhaps most delightful was seeing not a single bailer-out among many who were likely infrequent or 1st-time voters in a district whose outcome has always been and will for any forseeable forever be an overwhelming victories fro Democratic candidates. Go donkeys! :-)
MasonR - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
I had a 20-minute wait this morning in a district where it's never been more than 1 or 2 people on line (I live in a small town with more than adequate polling facilities). People were all cheerful and friendly (even the ones I know voted for McCain). Truly feels like history is being made today.
AFW - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Well said...well written
John Barry - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
My polling place was practically deserted. Hmmm?
2Eagle - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
The polls say he will win - but not by a landslide.
Melanie Lee - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
There was no line outside my polling place when I went about 9:30 am, but it was fairly crowded inside! Maybe there were lines earlier, hmm?
Rocky Mak - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Damn it, I missed voting if I were able to vote. I wrote one about me swinging my vote to Obama if I were able (I can't, I'm not any part American (not even ex-Pat)). It will now be a day late :(
Rocky Mak - November 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Just after I clicked send on my previous comment, Chicago got the news that Obama won!
Michael Pacholek - November 06, 2008 - Report this comment
I hate the original song, even if it does bring to mind FDR. Let's hope Obama doesn't have to bring to mind FDR and all his experiments to stop an economic crisis, but at the rate Bush is going in his last few months in office, anything's possible...
Melanie Lee - November 05, 2012 - Report this comment
And four years later:
Patrick - November 06, 2012 - Report this comment
Seems like only yesterday. Where has the time flown? And the money? Oops, that gives me another idea.

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