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Song Parodies -> "Told His Lies"

Original Song Title:

"Cold As Ice"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Told His Lies"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

he has told his lies
he's willing to sacrifice our worth
he really needs advice
our children will pay the price, oh no
we've seen it before
it's commie tax and spend
he's bailing out more
and it will never end
this plan is so old it's throwng away
a prosperous people and soon we'll all pay

he has told his lies he's willing to sacrifice it all
he says paradice and our kids will pay the price, I know
we've been here before it's commie pinko slimes
they spread out the wealth and leave you with a dime
he'll steal all your gold, and later today
he'll say arent we better? and we say no way!!!!

told his lies they got him this far
told his lies..
he told his lies to me
told his lies
told his lies etc etc etc

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Don't Like It - April 02, 2009 - Report this comment
He's not a liar at all. George W. Bulls**t was the liar.

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