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Song Parodies -> "US Damage"

Original Song Title:

"Brain Damage"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"US Damage"

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The Lyrics

The President is smoking grass,
The President is smoking grass,
Winning elections, with an awful voting system.
He's the man who'll help the world turn grim.

The President will destroy all,
The President will destroy all,
The papers show he's not wanted by the world,
When he won, the US of A just hurled.

And if the nation breaks open due to that bloody loon,
No.1 priority, is to kill.
He'd likely appoint Britney Spears as his No.2,
It may as well be a Itchy and Scratchy cartoon.

The President may as well stay in bed,
The President may as well stay in bed,
Decisions he's made, prove he's deranged,
He'll make that country go insane.

He'll make you poor,
And chuckle with such glee.
He'll take the country to the 13th Century.
The whole country deserts, no longer can he cheer,
He shouts then realises there's no-one here.
And if the government keeps hiring these loons,
It may as well be a Itchy and Scratchy cartoon.

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