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Song Parodies -> "Are You Republican?"

Original Song Title:

"Are You Experienced?"

Original Performer:

Jimi Hendrix Experience

Parody Song Title:

"Are You Republican?"

Parody Written by:

Porfle Popnecker

The Lyrics

If you can just, get your views together
Then turn up the knob on your Bose
We'll hold our hands and then we'll check out Limbaugh
In the Rush Room down at Joe's

But first, are you Republican
Have you ever been Republican
Well, I am

I know, I know, you're probably freaking out
That your little world is getting warm
But who in your crispy little world
Are you trying to prove that
It's hotter than hell in, uh, Caramel

So uh, are you Republican
Have you ever been Republican
Well, I am

Let me prove it to you

Fox News and Glenn Beck, I can, uh
Hear in the distance
And Hannity's shining his light
Maybe now you can't stand them, but you will
If you vote, straight ticket on the right

Oh, but are you Republican
Have you ever been Republican

Not necessarily staunch, but

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