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Song Parodies -> "ICE Forces"

Original Song Title:

"Wild Horses"

Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"ICE Forces"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Here's a song about incest and popular choices in trucks.
Children smuggling
It's easy to do
Just give coyotes
Ten thousand EU

Faceless agents
They know who I am
I know they're just pawns in
Trump's Master Plan

ICE forces
Shoot and drag me away
Vile ICE forces
Shouldn't drag me away

Seven months' journey
From El Salvador
Get to the border
And they slam the door

No tweeting prez twits
Or bald faced lies
Could make me feel better
About Maras guys

ICE forces
Shoot and drag me away
Vile ICE forces
Shouldn't drag me away

I know I've seen you,
I cringe, man alive!
Why does TV-dom
Give a dope that much time?

System is broken,
Tear gas must fly
How many children
Still yet to die?

While forces
Shoot and drag me away
Vile ICE forces
Trump owes them some pay
┬ęBob "Still Brazen After All These Jeers" Gomez 2019

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