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Kenny
Satire about Enron CEO Kenneth Lay, dubbed "Kenny Boy" by his pal, Dubya Bush
(Sung to the tune of "Ruby" by Ray Charles, from the 1950s era movie, "Ruby Gentry")
Guest song parody by Darrell Decker

(instrumental intro)

They say, Kenny, you had a scheme.
Not always what you seem.
You're scum, but your day may not come.
A place in hell, a small jail cell,
Kenny, for you.

They say, Kenny, you bought the Shrub.
Good move, but here's the rub...
It's true he wants no part of you.
He's running scared, haven't you heard?
Kenny, you're through.

We know you stole, and we will come for you (will come for you).
You sold your soul, what else would we do? (What else would we do?)

They say, Kenny you're like a flame.
You know that you're to blame.
You should beware, for we don't care.
Your true face shows, and we all know.
Kenny, it's you.

We know you stole, and we will come for you (will come for you).
You sold your soul, what else would we do? (What else would we do?)

They say, Kenny, you're like a flame.
You know that you're to blame.
You should beware, for we don't care.
Your true face shows, and we all know.
Kenny, it's you.


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