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Song Parodies -> "One Term"

Original Song Title:

"This Time"

Original Performer:

Bryan Adams

Parody Song Title:

"One Term"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

I think about it all the time
it's my fantasy
retribution comes to mind
callin out for me..
while his inauguration's runnin wild..
yeah, things will all be dearer
one term, then we'll set things all right
no way, he'll get a second say
one term, soon we'll see he's slazy
then away..we'll make up on lost time
I've tought of every word I'd say
give or take a few
but he'd turn slowly and walk away
that's his style to deal with you
hey turn up the radio
there's something there he wants us to know

one term, just to run the white house
no way he'll fight another day
this time, says he's closing Gitmo
free "detains", theyre all the same
this is hard to watch 'cause I'm miles away
but I've waited a long time
but the new year's right and people every night
well, I'm gonna let these go..

One term, say goodbye Obama,
no way, you'll keep a second time
one term, soon you'll show you're seazy
go away, four years you're out of time

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