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Song Parodies -> "He's Lying Now"

Original Song Title:

"Who's Crying Now"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Journey

Parody Song Title:

"He's Lying Now"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Written during Campaign 2000
(instrumental intro)

He'll soon be history
The media will not see
Why George W. Bush is so bad
Caught tryin' to lie and cheat
The press will just repeat
Bush is alive, somehow, today

Too dumb to retire
Not smart, earns our ire
No wonder he's lying now
How far can he run?
Thinks he's the only one
No wonder he's lying now

He'd take away your rights
It's for the rich he fights
All his deranged tax giveaways

And in all the debates
Al Gore ruled the stage
Shrub's lightweighted ass
Cannot be saved

Too dumb to retire
Not smart, earns our ire
No wonder he's lying now
How far can he run?
Thinks he's the only one
No wonder he's lying now

Just how many years did Bush fly?
Went AWOL, undercover
And now we can say his past
Is just a lie

(Repeat verses)

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