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Don't Work So Constantly
(Sung to the tune of "Don't Stand So Close To Me" by The Police
Guest song parody by Alvin Dover, alvindover@hotmail.com


(instrumental intro)

The weekends, his favorite:
A weekday fantasy.
Bush wants them so badly,
Knows where he wants to be.
Inside him, there's longing;
Always to go AWOL.
Golf, fishing - so close now.
Five days off - please, no calls.

Don't work, don't work so
Don't work so constantly.
Don't work, don't work so
Don't work so constantly.

His friends are so worried,
To see how hard he tries.
Sometimes it's not so easy,
To be pRez who lies.
No question, vacations
Feel good; it makes him smile.
Air Force One is waiting.
Next week, he's homeward bound.

Don't work, don't work so
Don't work so constantly.
Don't work, don't work so
Don't work so constantly.

More briefings in Crawford.
Lectures he will deny.
Strong words from his office.
To stay awake, he tries.
It's no use, they beg him.
They've used up all their tricks.
And he's got a goal now.
In bed by half past six

Don't work, don't work so
Don't work so constantly
Don't work, don't work so
Don't work so constantly...

(repeat refrain and fade)



.Here's an earlier version of this parody: Can't Stand The G.O.P.
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