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Song Parodies -> "Protestors"

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Original Performer:

Thin Lizzy

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Parody Written by:

Alex Murray

The Lyrics

First off, I really apologize for the last verse. It was the only thing that rhymed with the original lyric. Doesn't really matter, since this doesn't really seem to be the place for right-wing parodies (yeah, I know I've poked at Bush before, only because he's easy to make fun of. Here, I'm serious.)
They are the protestors (protestors, protestors)
They hate the "war machine" (war machine, war machine...)
Losers are liberals
Whine, bitch, pout on my TV screen

'Raq is an easy target
for those who just don't know
Just ask those who have fought before there
We know that Saddam blows
He's a pu*** (he's a pu***...)

I am a right-winger
The moral here, this is so
They are the protestors (protestors, protestors...)
They're too wussy to fight, you know

So Bush will have to wait
Til Turks open the door
See, Hans Blix ain't got no penis
and he ain't got far (far, far, far, far...)

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