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The Pointer Sisters

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Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Dubya's disastrously inept performances in three debates with John Kerry also fueled rumours about the mysterious rectangular-shaped lump (radio unit?) clearly visible underneath his $2000 suit, giving 60 million viewers reasons to have Bush fired on November 2, 2004.
(instrumental intro)

Debating skills, sub-par...
On Shrub's back: a radio?
Debate wan't close;
The polls said so.
Shrub said, "I don't like it...
When folks call me a liar!"
That static hiss?
Shru-ub's... wired!

So far right...
No brains in his dome.
Lies, all he had to say.
Bush started war all alone.
We say, "Bush, we loathe you,
'Cause we know you're a liar."
Debate points missed...
Shru-ub's... wired!

(instrumental break)

Bush went to war coldly, right from the start.
For tripped-out Right: Iraq, to tear it apart.
Bush swerves, now slumpin', actin' so uncouth.
We'll dismiss him, in turn, at the polling booth...

More scandals blow, just see him sweat.
Hasn't caught Osama.
Vote 'gainst Cheney's pet.
The Shrub, we won't rehire.
Bush won't be missed...
He'll be... fired!


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