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Song Parodies -> "What’s the Difference Between Sheiks"

Original Song Title:

"What A Difference A Day Made"

Original Performer:

Ella Fitzgerald

Parody Song Title:

"What’s the Difference Between Sheiks"

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The Lyrics

What’s the difference between sheikhs
that want all in their power
and Texasholes that glower
at all of women’s gains?

They both want to force you, dear,
to listen only to, dear,
them about their path “true,” dear.
You’re gonna get in line.

What’s the difference between sheikhs
that want a theocracy
and of those that want to see
women’s hard-fought, hard-won rights away stripped?

In each case, they’ve got an autocratic purview
women’s decisions they’ll make
and lord them over you.

What’s the difference between sheikhs
who abhor democracy
and Lone Star theocracy?
They want each Mrs. and Miss in their grip.

In each case, they’ve got a theocratic purview
thirst for power can’t be slaked…
order you what to do.

Court is in on it too

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