Promoted Comment: Obama Swan Song

[left in the comments to this post by Oppo [High Praise!]

(To the tune of “Dream On“)

Every time I look in the mirror
All these lies and my fakes getting clearer
The past is gone
Giving up my desk to Don
Isn’t that the way?
Everybody’s got their dues in life to pay

Yeah, I know nobody knows
Where a leak come from or what it shows
I know Hillary’s sins
She’s got to lose, when I always knew how to win

Have my life’s in books’ written pages
Lived and learned from fools, and outrageous
You know, it’s “true”
All the chickens come back to you.

Sing “I’m With Her,” not for four years
Sing for the left, and sing for their tears
Sink with me, just for nine days
Maybe tomorrow the good Lord will take him away

Ream Don, ream Don, ream Don,
Dreamers want their dreams to come true
Ream Don, ream Don, ream Don,
And ream until you’re a drama queen too
Ream Don [7x, in increasing shrillness]

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    • Challenge accepted —

      If I leave here tomorrow
      Would you still remember me?
      For it’s all unraveling on, now
      ‘Cause there’s too many places that’re still free.

      But fifty states (a good proportion)
      Knew things wouldn’t be the same.
      ‘Cause I’m as free as abortion,
      And this turd you can not change, oh, oh, oh, oh.
      And this herd you can not change.
      And this herd you can not change.
      Lord, no “Hope & Change.”

      Bibi baby, it’s been a sweet revenge,
      Though this failing I can’t change.
      But please don’t take it so badly,
      ‘Cause Lord knows I’m to blame.

      But if I stayed here in the White House,
      Things just couldn’t be the same.
      ‘Cause ‘unity’ is just a word now,
      And this turn you’ll never change, oh, oh, oh, oh.
      And this herd you cannot change.
      And this herd you cannot change.
      Lord knows, I can’t change.
      Like a diaper, I can’t change.


  1. Great stuff!

    It’s too bad you can’t actually produce song parodies without risk of litigation from those with rights to the music. The only exceptions are if you get permission (fat chance in Liberal land), or if it’s a parody of the song itself and you pay royalties, a la Weird Al (but even he always asks permission), and even then you can get sued — or if the music is in the public domain.


      • As an aside: When I was in college, for a film project I wrote to a major record label, a major recording star’s agent, and the major star’s publisher of a major song, to inquire, “Uh, I’m like a student and stuff, and, uh, would you mind if I use this song as the soundtrack in a student film?”

        They all essentially responded, “It’s fine with us if the other two agree.” To my major surprise, they all did. Gotta wonder if they would today.

        I turned the documentation in to my faculty adviser et al. for their files, and they effectively shrugged and said “Huh. No one’s ever bothered to ask for permission to use copyrighted songs before.”

        Come again? In the whole history of the college?

        Heh. Liberals undercutting liberals. I was getting a higher education.



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