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Song Parodies -> "Vowed to Beat That Republican"

Original Song Title:

"Proud To Be An American"

Original Performer:

Lee Greenwood

Parody Song Title:

"Vowed to Beat That Republican"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

This swan song for the most politically-experienced presidential candidate is based on this patriotic classic.
If November 8th's election's lost, I've wasted all my life,
And I'll have to spend my days as just Bill Clinton's standby wife.
I'll [blank] unlucky stars to be stuck in Chappaqua,
‘Cause the flag still stands for freedom, and that's sticking in my craw.

And I'd vowed to beat that Republican (what a beast I know is he);
And I won't forget G-men who lied and gave immunity,
And I'll gladly stand up next to them and defend them till I'm gray,
‘Cause there is no doubt I love this land where I can play for pay.

From my stakes in cattle futures, to the bills of Rose law firm,
As boss left stains on dresses, fought we through final term.

From Little Rock to White House and Senate to State Sec.,
Telling lies as I bleed America's heart, planning crimes this land to wreck.

I'm proud to lead the Progressive band, dare to feast on poverty;
And I won't forget the immigrants who come illegally,
And I'll gladly stand up next to them and defend their right to stay,
‘Cause there is no doubt I love this planned suppressed weak U.S.A.

"feast on poverty" refers to the desire of Democrats to perpetuate the War on Poverty despite its failure.

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Les Deplorables - October 20, 2016 - Report this comment
I'm proud to be a Republican; we're defeating Hillary,
And I won't forget that hen who lied when she said she'd fight for me,
And I'll gladly stand up next in booth and defend my vote for "J"
'Cause there is no doubt that "lover man" is best for U.S.A.
Patrick - October 20, 2016 - Report this comment
A masterpiece of parody and well-written. Let's hope we get to hear Hillary sing it.
Barry J. Mitchel - October 20, 2016 - Report this comment
Thanks, Patrick and the other 5 fivers. A sub for "dare to feast on poverty" is "barely beat spry old Bernie".

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