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Song Parodies -> "In A Fascist Nation"

Original Song Title:

"Fascination"

Original Performer:

Dinah Shore

Parody Song Title:

"In A Fascist Nation"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

"Fascism should rightly be called Corporatism, as it is a merge of state and corporate power" - Benito Mussolini. Ironically, it's an accurate depiction of America under the Dubya Bush regime
(instrumental intro)

In a fascist nation, we know.
Freedoms have been rended right here, torn apart.
In a passive trance, sheeple took a chance;
Now our rights are gone; Bush will say they've departed.

In a facsist nation, we know.
Bush went it alone for his oil fight; was snubbed.
We must crush his band; sieze the moment on issues.
Fascist nation? Spurn the Shrub.

(instrumental break)

In a facsist nation, we know.
Bush went it alone for his oil fight; was snubbed.
We must crush his band; sieze the moment on issues.
Fascist nation? Spurn the Shrub.

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