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Song Parodies -> "Bush"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Deep Purple

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

(Instrumental introduction)

In this uncertain world, you can lose your mind
Do something about it, there's not much time
Republicans want the White House bad
But who needs Shrub when we kicked out Dad?

Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na

(Instrumental break)

Bush! Bush!
The G.O.P. is calling your name now
Bush! Bush!
You're not too smart, but they love you just the same now
Bush! Bush!
The G.O.P. relies on your fame now
Bush! Bush!
They think they'll win with more of the same now

You lose your temper without warning
The things you say have no meaning
You have your cake and eat it
Oh, but can he break the habit?

(Instrumental break)

Governor Shrub don't understand
What it takes to lead this land
Look and find he's not so deep
Don't be blind to let him leap

Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na

(Long instrumental break)

Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na
Na na na na, Na na na, Na na na

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Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 78

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