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Song Parodies -> "Disgraceful Exit Blues"

Original Song Title:

"St Louis Blues"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Disgraceful Exit Blues"

Parody Written by:

Cashel Boylo

The Lyrics

Now I have Decided the Job is Done
I have now Decided that the War is Won
By June next year we're gonna Cut'n'Run
Becoz I've Decided the Job is Done

I'm 'celeratin' transfer t' m' man Maliki
I have Decided Iraq's now a Democracy
I am preparin' for a Disgraceful Exit
I've fucked Iraq an' they can fix it

Turnin' over Security 'Sponsibility
Don't change my War Winnin' Strategy
"There ain't no problem" says Maliki
An' I says, I'll 'celerate yur c'pacity

Iran can't help path to peace for Maliki
Foreign int'ference'd d'stab'lize th' cuntry
Splittn' Iraq int' bits don't make no sense
Partition'd lead t' sectar'n v iolence

I do unnerstann' it's tough inside of Iraq
I'm too scared to go there an' tha's a fac
But then, I'm scared anywhere I might get hurt
Danger an' I, we jus' do not flirt

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