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Song Parodies -> "Gone"

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Four Seasons

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The Lyrics

Shifty misleading gnome’s forlorn
Color him “gone”
Sean goes away, he’ll be out of view
Poor Sean
Couldn’t win, so there’s someone new
Rank con, rank con
Is the new douche
“Stinks, stinks”! even Sean said that he
“Stinks, the replacement for me”
Sean thinks that a really bad choice was this Scaramucci
Sean goes away
He goes away
His charade show’s no longer in play
Sean goes away
He goes away
Now White House lies
Come another way
Go Sean
Go away, what you did was wrong
Had your chance
But the love for you wasn’t strong
One thing you say
Indeed really stinks, stinks
That’s one truth that you say
Stinks, stinks
And soon may come the day
We’ll think, though a douchebag was Sean, now there’s Scaramucci
Gee, Sean
Maybe we are gonna miss you
Even you were not that askew
Sanders skank will be more in view
Subvert truth in a place that’s new

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Pacing: 2.1
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Overall Rating: 2.1

Total Votes: 11

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