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Song Parodies -> "Drain The Swamp"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Drain The Swamp"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

Drain the swamp
When corruption gets too caddywamp[us]
Behind all the circumstance and pomp
Oh, I concieve we drain the swamp

Once chopped down a cherry tree for fun
And then confessed to what he had done
Oh, drain the swamp for Washington

Loose the bureaucrats
In top hats who like to romp
There are lobbyist
Having trysts so drain the swamp

Drain the swamp
Graft needs ethic committees to stomp
Chop pork bar-rels and egos that glomp
Oh, I concieve we drain the swamp

Chuck the Congress Czars
With cigars they're apt to chomp
They are making stack
With kick backs so drain the swamp

Drain the swamp
Truth is much the higher grade to tromp
Than all of the back room deals to comp
Oh, I conceive we drain the swamp
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