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Song Parodies -> "What's War All About, Wolfie?"

Original Song Title:

"What's It All About, Alfie?"

Original Performer:

Dionne Warwick

Parody Song Title:

"What's War All About, Wolfie?"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

A shaken Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz recently survived an Iraqi rocket attack while staying at a hotel near American military headquarters in Baghdad
What's war all about, Wolfie?
Rebel rockets, an omen they give.
What's war all about?
Iraq wants us out, Wolfie.
All we've spent to make war:
Through a sieve.
Our pResident is blind.

Neoconning fools are blind, Wolfie.
Made this mess with lies, only adds fuel.
Taking life is wrong;
Doesn't prove you're strong, Wolfie.
When will war end?
For black gold, you're a tool.
You're sure, since you believe.

Right wing heaven for Shrub, Wolfie?
All based on nothing - this war.
Twist things, keepin' your deceivers still deceivin'.

A rout by Shrub does not exist, Wolfie.
But still your kind will just insist on bluffing, Wolfie.
So don't squawk; if you're smart, go away.
We'll remind the Shrub he will pay.
Wolfie... Wolfie...

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