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Original Song Title:

"The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higins

The Lyrics

as a Canadian, I'm ashamed of our Prime Minister God Bless America, our (the people that is) friends and allies
Save Parliament Hill, kill them at will
on Parliament hill..

we want to have elections to fix one who caused us shame
Jean Chretien is his french interpretation of his name
we need to have someone who will make things right again..

Save Parliament hill, Kill them at will,
On Parliament hill

in Ottawa, there lives a man we all despise
he made our friends below us question their allies
he'd run from trouble, and he covers up his eyes..

Save Parliament hill, Kill them at will,
On Parliament hill

if people ask me is to kill him not a sin?
I always answer who votes this B**stard in?
he makes me feel like I have creepy crawly skin...

Save Parliament hill, Kill them at will,
On Parliament hill

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