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Song Parodies -> "Confess Not, Hillary"

Original Song Title:

"God Bless America"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Confess Not, Hillary"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

FBI director James Comey had the look of a terrorist's hostage during his "news conference" on July 5, as he recited the litany of offenses and recommended no prosecution.
Confess not, Hillary; stand high above.
Can pair [1] hide their grand snide air,
Brought to light by the Right from a shove. [2]

From the Reset, to Benghazi,
To her e-mails, served at home,
Comey spared Hillary from jail, let roam;
Comey saved Hillary for White House home.

[1] She and Bill (who was instrumental)
[2] Lawsuits and FOIA requests by conservatives

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Barry J. Mitchel - July 07, 2016 - Report this comment
This was Kate Smith's signature song during WW II. She included an intro that I had omitted above but parody below:

Democrats, loud, blather for a boss-to-be;
Let them swear allegiance to their Hillary.
Let us all be grateful for a scandalous pair; [She & Trump]
As we ponder choices at the polls, despair.

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