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Song Parodies -> "Phony King Of America."

Original Song Title:

"Phony King Of England (From Disney's Robin Hood)"

Original Performer:

Phil Harris

Parody Song Title:

"Phony King Of America."

Parody Written by:

Jeff Wilder

The Lyrics

Since Bush seems to like to think of himself as King, I figured this was appropriate. The John and Harry references are to Libertarian and Independent 2000 presidential candidates Harry Browne and John Hagelin.
Oh the world will sing
Of an American king
A thousand years from now
And not because he passed some laws or had that lofty brow
While good old John and Harry got kicked right in the tush
We all have to slave away for that dickhead Dubya Bush

Incredible as he is inept
Whenever the history books are kept
They'll call him the phony king of America
(A pox on that phony king of America!)

He sits alone on an imaginary throne pretending he's the prez
A little tyke whose IQ is like the string hanging on a fez
And he throws an angry tantrum if he cannot have his way
And he calls for Dick, says he's sick
You see, rotten is how he'll play

Too late to be known as George The First
He's sure to be known as George The Worst!
A pox on that phony king of America!

While he taxes us to pieces
Except the millionaires
He sends men off to fight his wars
Without a single care
But while there is Democracy
Things are not totally black
We'll find a way to make him pay
And take our country back

The minute before he knows we're there
We'll vote him out of his underwear
The breezy and uneasy king of America
The sniveling varmin
Pie higher makin
Grecian saying
WMD stockpiling

Dubya Bush the phony king of America.

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Pacing: 2.9
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Overall Rating: 3.2

Total Votes: 14

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Nick Shrock - April 06, 2004 - Report this comment
If you don't like this President or this country your free to leave. That's the best part of America.
Agrimorfee - April 06, 2004 - Report this comment
No, the best part of America is being able to cretatively state one's views in forums such as this. 444 (coulda changed more lines)
Michael Pacholek - April 07, 2004 - Report this comment
I would've voted fives even if this stunk. It doesn't. But come January 20, Georgie will be... King on the road!
Dee Dee - May 24, 2005 - Report this comment
I am tickled to find this parody . I have been humming this little tune trying to write my own song about King George the Phoney King of America
Kodi Jeffery - March 08, 2007 - Report this comment
This "song" has been running through my mind for a few days, and it dawned on me that someone else must have done a similar parady -- nice to see it. I'd like to get something in about the electoral college/Florida fiasco to emphasize the "phony" part of this. Keep wishing congress would do something about this royal prick! At least he's finally got a congress that doesn't bow to his every whim.
Gel - August 11, 2007 - Report this comment
This is very funny, I love this song. GREAT JOB!!!!!!
Unkown - August 27, 2008 - Report this comment
Do you have a audio version

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