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Song Parodies -> "Blue State"

Original Song Title:

"School Days"

Original Performer:

Will Cobb and Gus Edwards

Parody Song Title:

"Blue State"

Parody Written by:

giblet o'sarcasm

The Lyrics

An old-fashioned, turn-of-the-century commentary on the recent California special election of 2005
"Oh, there's nothing to do, Arnold Darling,
Nothing", Maria says,
"But take a trip
In your memory slip
Two years back to the good old days."
2003 California,
It was in such an uproar,
"Taxes were high,"
Said voters, that's why
At Gray Davis they were sore.

CHORUS: Blue State, Blue State,
Arnold's head on a plate
That's what the voters have handed him
His future in politics seems dim
His propositions all went down
Though wealthy buddies bankrolled them
Still they all were rejected at the polls
In November 2005 (repeat 2 times)

Remember promising, Arnold
Special interests could never buy you
You went out of state
To solicit them still,
And those words ring so hollow now.

But they made us all believe, Arnold
You'd be everyone's governor
Into millions of pieces
Beneath loads of bunk
You've torn them up since those days.

CHORUS: (repeat 2 times)
Copyright 2005 giblet o'sarcasm

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