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Song Parodies -> "He'll Pose"

Original Song Title:

"The Rose"

Original Performer:

Bette Midler

Parody Song Title:

"He'll Pose"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

(instrumental intro)
Some say Shrub pollutes our rivers,
To feed Big Oil's greed.
Some say Shrub is like a razor,
Who cuts poor folks in need.
Some say Shrub -
George Bush the Younger's...
A mindless tumbleweed.
Some say Shrub has lust for power.
Beware this Poppy Seed.

Cheney's heart will be a-breaking,
If his plans don't advance.
The Bush team is bent on taking
More power - right wing stance.
Shrub's the one who is mistaken.
His mind is like a sieve.
Read the polls - folks say he's lying.
Wisdom, he cannot give.

The Far Right all think they own him.
They have waited for too long.
As their big wigs all phone him,
'Cause their money makes them strong.
Right Wing members may just splinter
If they bicker, progress slows.
So they need ol' Poppy's son, Shrub
As the king, the role he'll pose.

(instrumental ending)

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