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Song Parodies -> "Flunkie Ari"

Original Song Title:

"Brother Louie"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Flunkie Ari"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Dedicated to Bush Press Secretary Ari Fleischer
(instrumental intro)

He's a flack... for the Right.
Ari's the White House white knight.
Bush arranger with a taste for crooked.
Ari protects Bush from the light.

"Bush ain't bad, only good,"
Ari spins all that he could.
But the Shrub's so dumb,
That his mama and papa
Still have to explain where he stood.

Ari, Ari, Ari...
Ari, Ari, Ari, you lie...
Ari, Ari, Ari...
Ari, how hard you must try.

(instrumental break)

What's so good... 'bout Bush Lite?
Dubya's wrong, and a blight.
Bush stole his throne, using friends of his papa.
Arrogantly swung to the Right.

Ari helps to shape the scene.
Mission: to help the team.
Shrub's indifferent to the country's plight.
Flunkies, like Ari, still dream...

Ari, Ari, Ari...
Ari, Ari, Ari, you lie...
Ari, Ari, Ari...
Ari, how hard you must try.

(repeat chorus and fade)

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