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It's The Most Challenging Time Of The Year
"The word 'challenges' -- a main theme of a two-day White House economic conference during December 2004 -- was misspelled on a large television monitor that stood in front of Bush during a panel discussion, as 'Financial Challanges for Today and Tomorrow,' the message proclaimed in dark blue capital letters against a bright yellow background."
(Sung to the tune of "It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year" by Andy Williams)
Guest song parody by Alvin Dover, alvindover@hotmail.com


(instrumental intro)

It's the most "challanging" time of the year.
White House messed up the spelling,
Press went around telling (White House deaf ear).
It's the most challenging time of the year

It's the most "challanging" season of all.
An economists' meeting had big mispelled greeting;
Lack of sense; no recall.
It's the most challenging season of all.

So, please proofread, no coasting;
No slogans, no boasting;
One letter was missed; why'd it go?
Ain't it scary?  This story shows Bush's vainglory;
Demands us to "go with the flow."

It's the most "challanging" time of the year.
Explanations not showing;
Nor confidence growing in Shrub's War of Fear.
It's the most challenging time of the year.

So, please proofread, no coasting;
No slogans, no boasting;
One letter was missed; why'd it go?
Ain't it scary?  This story shows Bush's vainglory;
Demands us to "go with the flow."

It's the most "challanging" time of the year.
Explanations not showing;
Nor confidence growing in Shrub's War of Fear.
It's the most challenging time of the year.

It's the most challenging time...
It's the most challenging time...
It's the most challenging time of the year.


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