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Song Parodies -> "If I Were A Senator"

Original Song Title:

"If I Were A Carpenter"

Original Performer:

Johnny Cash

Parody Song Title:

"If I Were A Senator"

Parody Written by:

Pol Potlatch

The Lyrics

If I were a senator
I’d have beat that lady
That is, on the election day
Though she deserves caning

If a thinker were my trade
I’d have a mind, me
But my job is a charade
Many wax behind me

I’m a chump in loneliness
I gave many sorrow
Party nixed my doughfleeced nest
So I’ll have to borrow

It’s a worm-chewed stand I’ve stood
But the GOP
Says “You’re doing us no good”!
Overboard they’ve thrown me

They cut off my millions
Because I’m too slimy
Even for the cholered boss
He ain’t THAT old-timey

If I were a senator
I’d force all raped ladies
To carry to term anyway
Have the rapist’s baby

I’ve served six terms, you say “no way!
Dude’s WAY beyond crazy”

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Meriadoc - August 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Funniest execution of this subject matter that I've read to date. Good job.

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