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Song Parodies -> "Wanted (The One)"

Original Song Title:

"Wanted (Someone)"

Original Performer:

Perry Como

Parody Song Title:

"Wanted (The One)"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

Barack Obama campaigned in 2008 as a centrist, but has presided from the far left. Many voters across the political spectrum are disillusioned now. This song is the lament of a moderate who voted for him, based on TOS.
Wanted, The One who blissed me,
Withheld his dossier, cajoled my vote.
Wanted, The One I trusted,
Who gave scant warning he'd be remote.

He was last seen chiding 'bout the right to arms;
He'd leave nothing for the range or thwarting harms.

I'm sure he makes me feel guilty,
And will not give me full liberty.
Designed depression he has augmented
And really wants my dependency.

Other reasons for remorse are too numerous to fit into 10 lines.

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Old Man Ribber - April 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Good parody. The way things are going, it's enough to make Perry Como lose his! ;D

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