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Song Parodies -> "The George Allen Song"

Original Song Title:

"Be my Baby"

Original Performer:

The Ronettes

Parody Song Title:

"The George Allen Song"

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The Lyrics

The night Webb won he knew that
Needed it so
And with has recount chance he
Never let it go
So Allen made Webb's scum read
He made them so gay for he
He made them turn their heads
For every book he wrote
So he wanted them see

See him, see him

See him, cry baby

For power love

He's a cry baby now

For recount, he's a baby
Won't win, you see
For every vote he gets in,
Webb will get three
The day he'll see ruse
He'll be waiting for move
You know he will not doubt
For Macacas turn out quick
So he wanted them see

See him, see him

See him, cry baby

For power love

He's a cry baby now

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Michael Pacholek - November 09, 2006 - Report this comment
I love Ronnie Spector. Dick Cheney prefers Phil. (Wonder why?)

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