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Bush, The Great Pretender
(Sung to the tune of "The Great Pretender" by The Platters)
Guest song parody by Darrell Decker

(As sung by Dubya the Bogus POTUS:)

(instrumental intro)

Oh yes, I'm the Great Pretender.
Pretending that I'm not in hell.
I say I know, but I'm so damn slow.
Tell me, what the hell's a stem cell?

Oh yes, I'm the Great Pretender.
With a bag full of tricks from my dad.
He says if I'm nice, we can screw the folks twice.
And they'll never know they've been had.

Too real is this feeling that I'm not smart.
So real, that I feel that I can't play my part.

Yes, I'm the Great Pretender.
Laughing and acting the fool.
I seem to be what I'm not, you see,
I'm really no more than a tool.
So petty and really quite cruel.

So real is this feeling that I'm not smart.
So real that I feel that I can't play my part.

Yes, I'm the Great Pretender
Laughing and acting the fool.
I seem to be what I'm not, you see.
I'm really no more than a tool.
So petty and really quite cruel.


More song parodies written by Darrell Decker
Here is an alternate version of this parody about the 2000 GOP Convention
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