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Song Parodies -> "Dubya You Lied"

Original Song Title:

"Doctor, My Eyes"

Original Performer:

Jackson Browne

Parody Song Title:

"Dubya You Lied"

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The Lyrics

Did you guys actually SEE him in that bullsh*t press conference? He danced around those questions like Fred Astaire... I know preschool children that lie better than he does...
Dubya, you lied to us for years
And played upon our fears, now we're trying
T'figure out and understand
Did you do all that you could?
To fight evil and be good? We don't think so...
We just see a greedy man
Dubya, you lied
Authority is gone
Were we unwise, in list'ning to you for so long?

Now we've stumbled into war
Not sure what we're fighting for...
Is it oil...or to make Iraqis free?
U.S. soldiers getting killed
You never noticed them until you saw their families
And you heard their painful screams
Dubya, you lied
Tell me what you see.
They're losing lives
Just say 'tough times' for you and me...

Dubya, you lied
Cannot fathom why
Was this the prize worth having U.S. soldiers die?

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Paul Robinson - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Sync - I guess you saw the same Press Conference I did. Good job.
MrMacphisto - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Great original, great parody...
Robert J. Pagliaro - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job - of course I'm an anti-god, unpatriotic liberal (or so I'm told). One of my favorites was when he explained how the patriot act allows the CIA and the FBI to work together - "that's what it does". (To me, they've got to be unconstitutional.) Gentlemen, you are all so perceptive - this press conference will end up hurting Dubya more than the "I did not have sexual relations with that woman" conference hurt Bill Clinton. (But, of course, this is not an impeachable offense because it didn't involve consensual sex.) I'll leave you with a link to the April 17 edition of the NY Daily News - It's about the new Kerry ad using Dubya's words. Here's an excerpt: As ominous music plays in the background, the President says: "I wish you would have given me this written question ahead of time so I could plan for it ... maybe I'm not as quick on my feet as I should be in coming up with one [mistake]." I wasn't going to watch our fearless leader, but I'm glad I did. It marked the beginning of his end. It was the first time Dubya made me smile.
Robert J. Pagliaro - April 17, 2004 - Report this comment
MUST SEE: (The video will speak for itself.)
Michael Pacholek - April 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Fred Astaire? More like Fred Flintstone! Bush has a caveman mind. Then again, since he doesn't believe in evolution, he probably doesn't believe in cavemen, either. And Robert, that's "Our Fearless Appointed Wartime Leader With a Purpose." If you're gonna be a godless pinko unpatriotic feminazi gay-loving tree-hugging tax-and-spend liberal, get it right. Of course, the video has to speak for itself, since Georgie does such a lousy job of speaking for himself. I'm reminded of the old Goldwater fan line: "Don't quote what he says, say what he means!" Seems to me I heard stuff like that from, well, Ronnie in my youth, and I don't mean the still-luscious Spector. (Oh, what are you gonna do, Phil, shoot me?)

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