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Song Parodies -> "Dick Cheney's Heart"

Original Song Title:

"Unchain My Heart"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Joe Cocker

Parody Song Title:

"Dick Cheney's Heart"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

(instrumental intro)

Dick Cheney's heart... it just won't let him be.
Dick Cheney's heart... is he prepared to "succeed"?
Dick runs the show; Shrub's the storefront face.
Dick just lets Shrub get his way, but...
Dick Cheney's heart, oh! Bush Boy puppetry.

Dick Cheney's heart... maybe he don't know.
Dick Cheney's heart... may not bounce back like before.
Everytime Bush calls you on the phone
You know his brain is not at home, oh...
Dick Cheney's heart, oh! Bush Boy puppetry.

"My ticker is swell," said the Man, in advance.
But we know damned well, that he's taking a chance.

Oh, Dick Cheney's heart... Heard his doctors say:
"Dick Cheney's heart? He worries us night and day."
Why lead Bush through his life through puppetry?
'Cause Bush don't dare to botch their victory.
Oh, Dick Cheney's heart, oh! Bush Boy puppetry.

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