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Song Parodies -> "Rummy"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Tony Wiseguy

The Lyrics

Actually wrote this 3 days before Rummy resigned.
Rummy, run away.
Move to Iraq today and throw a parade.
Rummy, you're a bore.
There are known unknowns and then there's war.
Resign Einstein, time to come clean.
Write your memoirs and call them obscene.

Rummy, go it alone.
How on earth did you escape from the Twilight Zone?
Rummy, crackpot.
You go to war with the army you've got.
Too bad Dick Cheney didn't hit you with that shot,
It would have been the end of Camelot.

Rummy, cut and run.
Disinclined to mislead anyone.
Rummy, have a beer.
Get drunk now; yeah it's an election year.
Can you hear those people cheering for the end of your career?
Career, career, career, career, career, career, career career.

You certainly were drunk all the time.
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Pacing: 1.4
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Overall Rating: 1.4

Total Votes: 18

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Michael Pacholek - March 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Here's a five to offset the one that wisenheimer gave the Wiseguy.

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