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Song Parodies -> "Polluter's Song"

Original Song Title:

"Annie's Song"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

John Denver

Parody Song Title:

"Polluter's Song"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Written in 1996, about the Newt Gingrich-led Republican assault on environmental protection
Newt lost all his senses
When he clear cut the forest
Mined the mountains in spring time
And ignored acid rain

Turned the swamp into desert
Allowed wastes in the ocean
Newt lost all his senses
Don't do it again

Come, let me show you
You took wildlife with you
While you're dying of laughter
All the way to the bank

Poisons will reside in us
They will always stay with you
Foul air's above you
Don't do that again

(Instrumental)

Newt lost all his senses
When he clear cut the forest
Mined the mountains in spring time
And ignored acid rain

Turned the swamp into desert
Allowed wastes in the ocean
Newt lost all his senses
He's done it again

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