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Song Parodies -> "Sam-A-Li-To"

Original Song Title:

"Tinga-Layo"

Original Performer:

Traditional Mexican Children's Tune

Parody Song Title:

"Sam-A-Li-To"

Parody Written by:

giblet o'sarcasm

The Lyrics

A Latin-flavored look at Samuel Alito, Bush's latest, and typically far-right pick for the U.S. Supreme Court
The way he talks, at times he'll shock
Is Roe v. Wade on the chopping block?
The way he talks, at times he'll shock
Is Roe v. Wade on the chopping block?

CHORUS: Sam-A-Li-To,
Bad little right-wing judge
Sam-A-Li-To,
Terrible right-wing judge

The cops he told, that they could hold
And strip-search girls that are ten years old
The cops he told, that they could hold
And strip-search girls that are ten years old

CHORUS: (REPEAT)

The Christian Right, for him will fight
And all objections dismiss with spite
The Christian Right, for him will fight
And all objections dismiss with spite

CHORUS: (REPEAT)





Copyright 2005 giblet o'sarcasm

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