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Song Parodies -> "Hush Rush"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Deep Purple

Parody Song Title:

"Hush Rush"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Instrumental introduction)

He makes me want to hurl when he speaks his mind
No doubt about it, this man's a swine
He's the best friend the right wing ever had
When his show's off the air, we'll feel so glad

Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na

(Instrumental break)

Hush! Rush!
I cringe when I hear the sound of his name
Hush! Rush!
I wonder how he ever rose to fame
Hush! Rush!
That right-wing kook is playing his game
Hush! Rush!
I can't stand him - I'm not to blame

(Hush Rush)
I hear him early in the morning
I hear him late in evening
(Hush Rush)
I don't know how he does it
It wasn't real, or was it?

(Instrumental break)

He is sneaky like quicksand
Makes you pound your fist in your hand
He can broadcast for an hour
All those listeners give him power

Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na

(Long instrumental break)

Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na

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Pacing: 4.2
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Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 58

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