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Song Parodies -> "New Black Tuesday"

Original Song Title:

"White Room"

Original Performer:

Eric Clapton/Creem

Parody Song Title:

"New Black Tuesday"

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The Lyrics

Two tall towers, one big complex, New Black Tuesday
Closing airports, stunned onlookers, non stop broadcasts
All the experts pointing fingers at Bin Laden
Dubya sounding quite inspiring for the first time.

I take this all in wi--ith stunned baffled grief
And hope for the news that Bin Laden will self-destruct

CNN on, broadcast droning, euphemistic
Turbanned puppets spread their gospels through the smokescreen
Mad extremist claiming hayseeds are crusaders
Suburb dwellers wave their flags, but don't go shopping.

I take this all in wi--ith stunned disbelief
And hope for the news that Bin Laden will self-destruct

Anthrax letters leaking plague dust going postal
Hero Yankees ushered out on backs of diamonds
Stunned Afghanis shave their beards and go out dancing
Shrub has NOT changed, talks of missles to Tsar Putin.

I wait while the world a-and life go-oes on
And won't be surprised if Bin Laden does self-destruct.

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