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Song Parodies -> "Liar"

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Original Performer:

The Pointer Sisters

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

(instrumental intro)

Deriding Bush the Czar;
Propped up on hate radio.
He bullsh*ts the most;
The world says so.
They say they don't like it,
'Cause they know Shrub's a liar.
We should dismiss...
This... liar!

Hate-talk Right;
Bush faking at home.
You know he wants to stay.
For war, Bush started it alone.
World says they loathe W.,
'Cause they know Shrub's a liar.
We should dismiss...
This... liar!

(instrumental break)

We got plutocracy, right from the start.
A drift far right; we ought to tear them apart.
Bush sheep are jumping, 'cause they like a fool,
And this is their turn; Bush's heart stays cruel...

One year to go, he'll fool you yet.
Bombed Saddam, Osama.
Weapons ain't found yet.
The Shrub, on war, can rely.
His words say sh*t,
And his words stay a lie.
We should dismiss...
This... liar!

Bush is a liar (liar)
Year to go 'til fired (liar)
Dislike what he's doing (liar)
That liar...

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