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Song Parodies -> "Bush Baby's a Joke"

Original Song Title:

"I Started a Joke"

Original Performer:

The Bee Gee's

Parody Song Title:

"Bush Baby's a Joke"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Bush Baby's a joke
He fooled the whole world by lying
But the Shrub didn't see
Through his smoke, we can see
We all know...

Not smart, he must lie
Because the whole world is laughing
'Cause the voters have seen
What a joke he must be

In Texas, smog fouls the skies
Bush pulled the wool over their eyes
Now he trails, though he led
Gore pulled ahead
>From things that Bush said

Yes, Bush always relied
On Poppy's advisors giving
Him advice, can't you see
Not a leader is he

In Texas, smog fouls the skies
Bush pulled the wool over their eyes
Now he trails, though he led
Gore pulled ahead
>From things that Bush said

Yes, Bush always relied
On Poppy's advisors giving
Him advice, can't you see
Not a leader is he

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