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Song Parodies -> "Glorified D (Lieberman)"

Original Song Title:

"Glorified G"

Original Performer:

Pearl Jam

Parody Song Title:

"Glorified D (Lieberman)"

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The Lyrics

Come this November, I'll be supporting the "anyone but Bush" ticket, but Lieberman is one of the few people that I wouldn't want as a substitute to Bush... Note, also, that I don't have a problem with the Jewish community, but he seems like one of the few fanatical Jews out there....
Lieberman... is a mad Jew
what the hey, man; please don't play God
Glorified version of Republican
Guess he's probably... been charmed
Glorified version of Republican (4x)

Don't think, pulled by strings
Never shot at a living thing
Glorified version of Republican
Thinks it's manly... to bomb
Glorified version of Republican (4x)

Never getting voted (3x)

(I'm tempted to be a Canadian)

Strife comes... Have you got no heart?
Ooh... strife comes... I would like to string up your neck (3x)

Glorified... horrified...

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