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Song Parodies -> "Republicun"

Original Song Title:

"I Walk The LIne"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Johnny Cash

Parody Song Title:

"Republicun"

The Lyrics

Hold on a bit
my song has just begun
Takes me a while
to gather momentum
I think I've got it now,
yes-sir, I'm done
And I've become
Republicun

Now some of you might think
I lost my mind
Or got myself
in some kind of a bind
Take pity on the soul
I left behind
For I've become
Republicun

It took me many many years
to see the light
For far to long I pitied
poor folks' plight
That's over now
I've given up the fight
And I've become
Republicun

Let's wind this sucker down
we're near the end
Excuse me now
while my black suit I rend
I'm happ'ier now than
I have ever been
For I've become
Republicun

Dog gone, dag nab,
I goofed and got ahead
Of myself, so many verses
in my head
It's so damned hard rememb'ring
when you're dead
And you've become
Republicun

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