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Song Parodies -> "Rove Is Looking For His Touch"

Original Song Title:

"Tush"

Original Performer:

ZZ Top

Parody Song Title:

"Rove Is Looking For His Touch"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

The disastrous 2006 elections have exposed Karl Rove for the fraud that he is - the supposed Boy Genius Turd Blossom had counseled Bush that the GOP would still keep control of both houses of Congress, and the clueless Dim Son believed him
(instrumental intro)

He f**ked up!
They went down.
G.O.P. burned to the ground.
Rove's disaster: too mu-uch... (uh-oh!)
House and Senate both went down.
Rove ain't looking good to Bush.

It's all bad!
Nothing's good!
Voters told them where they stood.
Rove's disaster: too mu-uch... hmmm?!
House and Senate both went down.
Rove is looking for his touch.

(guitar break)

Bush's pack? Send 'em home!
All by himself, all alone.
Rove's disaster: too mu-uch... hmmm?!
House and Senate both went down.
Rove is looking for his touch.

(repeat and fade)

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