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Song Parodies -> "Go Figure II"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Shirley Bassey

Parody Song Title:

"Go Figure II"

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The Lyrics

I apologize for my earlier submission of Go Figure. This version Go Figure II was the intended one.
Go figure

He's the man, the man who loves to win
And may-be sin
But you go figure
And you re-member that he barely won
By a smallish sum

Bully words he has tweeted all year
But his words cause many doubt and fear
For a hungry base is whom they're meant fer
It's their but-tered bread so

Then you go figure
With his party in con-trol of congress
It's more the mess

Random words that he touts dis-honest-ly
Spoken by his thumbs vig-or-ously
Words that his base swallows as scrip-ture
It's the gos-pel for them

So you go figure
He's the man that makes so lit-tle sense
He wants a fence

He loves being he
Only he
He loves he
He loves only he
Cannot see
The world's more than he

Go Figure!

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