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Song Parodies -> "Last We'll See Of Shrub"

Original Song Title:

"Sea Of Love"

Original Performer:

The Honeydrippers

Parody Song Title:

"Last We'll See Of Shrub"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

The original version was done by Phil Philips during the 1950's.
(instrumental intro)

Soon this November, then, they'll sweat.
Election Day: we're through with Cheney's pet.
Voters, let's tell them... we so loathe W.

Dump Cheney... and the Shrub.
Last we'll see, we'll see of Shrub.
Voters, let's tell them... we so loathe W.

Dump Cheney... and G.B...
Go (go, and go vote)
Go (go, and go vote)

Soon this November, then, they'll sweat.
Election Day: we're through with Cheney's pet.
Voters, let's tell them... we so loathe W.

(instrumental break)

Dump Cheney... and G.B...
Go (go, and go vote)
Go (go, and go vote)

Dump Cheney, and the Shrub.
Last we'll see, we'll see of Shrub.
Voters, let's tell them... we so loathe W.

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