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Song Parodies -> "He Stole It"

Original Song Title:

"You Got It"

Original Performer:

Roy Orbison

Parody Song Title:

"He Stole It"

Parody Written by:

Bo 'Ice' Bielefeldt

The Lyrics

Originally published on 4/8/01 on William Tong's website
Every time I look into his lying eyes,
I see a speech that people just won't buy.
One look (one look) from him (from him), I run (I run) away.
I pray (I pray) that he's (that he's) not here (not here) to stay!

Anything Bush wants, he stole it.
Anything Bush needs, he stole it.
Anything at all, he stole it.

Every time I hear him, I begin to understand
He's not the man who should be running this land.
I want (I want) to be (to be) away (away) from him
'Cause he ('cause he) will make (will make) these four (these four) years dim!


Anything Bush wants (he stole it).
Anything Bush needs (he stole it).
Anything at all (he stole it).


I'm glad (I'm glad) to show (to show) my site (my site) to you.
I know (I know) you feel (you feel) the way (the way) I do!

(Do do do-do do, he stole it.)
(Do do do-do do, he stole it.)
Anything at all, he stole it.
Anything at all!
He stole it!

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