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Song Parodies -> "The Kerry Campaign"

Original Song Title:

"Kerry Dancing"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"The Kerry Campaign"

Parody Written by:

Mitch O

The Lyrics

Written about the fast-spreading Kerry campaign.
Chorus:
Oh the days of Howard Dean's dancing
Oh the ring of the ballot slide
Oh for one of the hours of gladness
Gone, alas, he wants to hide!

When the Feds begin to gather
In the glen of a winter's night
And the Kerry campaign moving
Made the others cringe with fright
Chorus:
Oh, we think of it
Oh, we dream of it:
Winning people's ears!

Was there ever a sweeter Edwards
In the candidate's bid for Pres?
Or a prouder lad then Sharpton
Kerry came and made a mess

Gentlemen please take your places
Shout and bicker and shout again
Kerry came, the others pouted
Knowing, quickly, that he would win.
Oh, we think of it
Oh, we dream of it:
Winning people's ears:

Chorus

Loving voices of other candidates
Stealing, choosing to oust no more
And those choking, scary speeches:
They're all going, right out the door

When people begin to gather
At the votes on a winter night
And the Kerry votes compiling
Make the others cringe with fright
Oh, we think of it
Oh, we dream of it
Winning people's ears

Chorus

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