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Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

personal attacks from the left mean personal attacks from the north
this guy is no better..
I'll dig his campaign grave...
slamming him is easier
gloves are off right now..
he can go on selling slaves..
I say

one man
one wife
you should not breed
all the time...
one love
Barry's declared it
sleaze is ready if you
don't partake in it

do I disappoint you?
is she just my candidate?
at least she's been a leader..
not a damn ingrate..

now it's too late..
the right
will drag the past
out, in the night
such fun,
I'll give the same
I'll get to worry this brother
worry this brother

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UnKnownVo - September 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Lord HiGUNs, . . . a little too much wiskey, sir ?? Your typing seems a bit loose . . . It seems that MsSarah has cast a spell over you, Sir ! Has she got you by the . . . . as well ! !

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