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Song Parodies -> "So Long, W"

Original Song Title:

"So Lon, Frank Lloyd Wright"

Original Performer:

Simon & Garfunkel

Parody Song Title:

"So Long, W"

Parody Written by:

Stan Hall

The Lyrics

Looking forward to 1/20/2009 ...
So long, Duh-buhl-yoo!
All of the things you blew could fill ten books
And one finds more who looks
For books.
More books.

I’ll remember, Duh-buhl-yoo,
With such delight alarms ringing the dawn
You’re ever after gone,
Long gone.
So long.

Presidents have come and presidents have gone
But never has there been one worse.
And I won’t cry
When you’re cargo for a hearse.

(musical interlude)

Of the forty-two in your job before you
Not one has ever done it worse.

So long, Duh-buhl-yoo,
So little right you’ve done, such harm, such wrong,
So naff off**, George, begone!
So long ….. begone!
So long ….. begone!
So long ….. begone!
So long ….. begone!

© Stan Hall ** "naff off" ... In this context, a vulgar Brit locution akin to 'F--k off!'

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Michael Pacholek - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
355 days... and then... free at last, free at last...
alvin - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Kristof Robertson - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
As a non-American, I think the WORLD will let out a cheer when doofus leaves. 555
littleCupcCakes - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir, but what will fill this void of leaderlessShip?
Stan - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Cakes ... tho' an ample array of abler captains contend as we corrrespond, I'd feel safer aboard even a rudderless ship than one sailed, as is ours presently, insistently edgeward by a flat-worlder like Du(m)bya. No kiddin'.
Stan - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Oh, and Cakes ... are you perhaps parodizing here under another moniker? Care to share? Given the giggles your comments so commonly give me, I'd love lo read'em. :-)
~LadyCommentaryOnly~ - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Stan, ~ Lord o'Knightly Halls~ Alas, commentary is my only contribution, kind Sir. Try as I might, true parody escapes me . . .as my thoughts are often in a disarray of supressed passion & sorrow. And I am not a club Member of am-I-right, only a Guest ,this Lady be.
John Jenkins - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
It is difficult to get really clever with TOS, but not a bad parody. Of course there are many faults for which W can appropriately be criticized, including his continued inability to pronounce “nuclear.” Of course, the criticisms should be balanced by certain considerations, such as Joe Lieberman’s assessment that history will treat President Bush more favorably than current journalists. And, of course, the only thing in politics today that is regarded less favorably than the president is the Democrat-led Congress.
John Barry - January 31, 2008 - Report this comment
Great parody about the worst prez ever.
Stan - January 31, 2008 - Report this comment
JJ ... 1) the regard respectively due Du(M)bya and current Congress is of course the regarder's to determine. 2) This regarder believes that the most favorable treatment current or future assessors can or will manage to credibly give Du(m)ya remains in absolute terms distinctly and unequivocally negative. 3) Likely the least faultable of Du(m)ya's shortcomings is his inability to pronounce the word "nuclear"; after all, a certain Democratic president whose peacemaking efforts during his own term turned out to be an invaluable "enabler" when Du(m)bya's daddy needed to forge a coalition in support of his own middle east adventures himself always uttered "nucular." :-)
Lady-Beau-Derek - January 31, 2008 - Report this comment
I'll miss you Sir! And like so many things in this life, how I wish it would have gone differently . . . But I always felt that a ~Bad Moon~ shone over us.
Stan - January 31, 2008 - Report this comment
LBD-- I'm not going, W is ... and not quickly enough/ But check back tomorrow. :-)
Paul Warren - May 12, 2008 - Report this comment
IMHO-He's not a bad President...just a President in a vary bad time. We've had a cyclone, a tornado, and an earthquake in a week throughout the whole world. Maybe his golfing is better.

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