It’s not often that you find a perfect parody of a song. When you do, it’s your task to spread the music. With that obligation in mind, here is Scarmouche’s riff on Bobby McGee. Title supplied by Dymphna.
Sing along with the moonbats:
|Not Me and Georgie B.|
|Busted flat in Baton Rouge.
Headed to D.C.
Been stripped of his command.
George has started taking stock.
Throwin’ out dead wood.
Big Easy’s drying out its soggy land.
They’ve started pointin’ fingers
At the Texan they all hate,
And saying things
They’re never takin’ back.
Like “Bush controls the weather”
And “he loathes you if you’re poor”
And “Katrina is exactly like Iraq”.
|Freedom’s just another word for
“Let’s pile on dumb old Bush.
The neocons control him anyway.
He stole that first election
From our man, Albert Gore.
And now we’re glad
We’ll finally make him pay.”
Oh, they’ve started pointin’ fingers
At the Texan they all hate…
This may be the rallying song for both the Reality-Based Community (aka the Moonbat Left) and the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy. The Left could sing with deeply-felt sincerity behind the words while VRWC bellowed with rich irony.
It works for everybody.