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Sara Rose

The Lyrics

I stood upon the stage
Couldn't look Gore in the eye
His words made so much sense
His words made me cry
He smiled at the people
In his confident pride
I wish I was smarter
He's so very smarter.

But I 'm a creep
I'm a weirdo
How the hell did Dad get me here?
Do I belong here?

I don't care if they laugh
At everything I say
I won the election
Least that's what they say
Now I have the limo
And Air Force One too
Just wish I was smarter
Gore's so very smarter.

But I'm a creep
I'm a cokehead
Daddy's money got me here
Now I belong here.

Can't help but laugh at votes I stole
All those votes thrown out
I laugh, laugh, laugh!

Now I'm in the White House
Oval Office is mine
Got most of my buddies
In Congress, that's fine!
Gonna get Ashcroft
In my Cabinet
Gore thought he was smarter
Well, look who is smarter!

I'm still a creep
But I'm President!
Got the money to pay the Lobbys
Now I belong here
Yes I belong here!

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Overall Rating: 3.6

Total Votes: 36

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