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Not sure of this "song" - sounds like a rap to me, BUT anyone who can put a tune to it is most welcome (I am not attuned to rap)Seems to be a bit poltical - well; for me anyway!!!
Winnie's plan is to drip
His information - bit by bit
That way he gets to "skip" the ship
While those embittered sit and spit
At tidbits that Winnie's found

By digging deep for the ammunition that is live
For demolition in the Hive
Where he can prance - safely invoke
A privilege which other folk
Would never choose to hide behind:
The clever Parlimentary kind

Which means that accusations gross
(and poisioness free from overdose)
Can resound, stress - free , relaxed

Without a check-on touted "facts"
Which one has purportedly acquired
By persons underground and wired
Who without scrupple, healthy fear

Spill beans and - in a election year
Because they know this man-of-war
Will play the role of Janitor

Taking care of business
Behind his shades, it doubtless is
To pander to our Senior citz
Who are disparaged for the worst
For carriage to New Zealand First!!!

Winnie - refers to Winston PetersSkip the ship - refers to the Tampa Boat peopleHive - refers to The Beehive in Wgtn (Wellington)Senior Citz - short for Senior CitizensNew Zealand First - A political Party (here in NZ)

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