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Warmonger Man
(Sung to the tune of "Innocent Man" by Sherrie Austin)
Guest song parody by Debbie

(instrumental intro)

Tired of lies on the TV.
Don't need O'Reilly or Hannity.
I can see that Bush is a phony.
Well that's no news to me.

In the White House is a crazy cowboy,
Scheming for Iraq's oil and space.
So what is a girl to do now, boys,
To feel safe in this place?

There's too much wrong in the world tonight.
Too much I can't understand.
I wanna board up these windows and turn out these lights.
'Cause Bush is a warmonger man.
Bush is a war warmonger man.

Carpet bombs won't bring us protection,
And Bush has no concept of love.
Just show us some respect and affection,
Not this renegade stuff.

'Cause we don't need the whole world in peril,
Just to claim that oil for yourself.
But these days Bush's thoughts are narrow.
He's dragging us into Hell.

There's too much wrong in the world tonight.
Too much I can't understand.
I wanna board up these windows and turn out these lights,
'Cause Bush is a warmonger man.
Bush is a war warmonger man.

I'm tired of the Bush family pattern.
In the White House, not one honest face.
To them, the people don't matter.
Like Nixon, please just resign in disgrace.

There's too much wrong in the world tonight.
Too much I can't understand.
I wanna board up these windows and turn out these lights,
'Cause Bush is a warmonger man.

There's too much wrong in the world tonight.
Too much I can't understand.
I wanna board up these windows and turn out these lights.
'Cause Bush is a warmonger man.
Bush is a war warmonger man.
Bush is a warmonger man.



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