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Song Parodies -> "Hilary ( The New Campaign Song)"

Original Song Title:

"Carry Me"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Stampeders

Parody Song Title:

"Hilary ( The New Campaign Song)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

Mmm-mmm Mmm-mmm

Hilary,
you should hide your man,
lest he stray again,
he's such a wilder man,

Mmm-mmm Hilary,
this Barrick's not to fear,
his rating's up to here
just win this thing, I said.....


CHORUS
here, just say he's home sick,
and that old girlfriend is kneeling,
why can't he just be some strong



Mmm-mmm Hilary,
the white house will be yours
with Bill behind closed doors,
with Monica some more


Mmm-mmm Mmm-mmm


CHORUS
here, just say he's home sick,
and that old girlfriend is kneeling,
why can't he just be some strong

Mmm-mmm Hilary,
you can win this seat,
even if Bill cheats,
he's not the perfect man...

Mmm-mmm Hilary
with you the left can win,
as Willy slips one in
but you dobn't care no more..

Mmm-mmm Mmm-mmm

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