Thursday, February 24, 2005

War-Wrangled Manner
(Sung to the tune of "The Star Spangled Banner")

Wrangle, verb. To quarrel noisily or angrily; bicker. (Describes the bellicose Emperor Bush quite well, doesn't it?)

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(instrumental intro)

Bush's crazed plans feed greed.
Our troops, pawns of armed might.
But so loudly, he's hailed
By the Far Right, who's beaming.

Bush so primed to start wars;
"Anti-terrorist" fight.
Now Iraq's been debauched;
Halliburton's damned scheming.

Awe and Shock from the air;
Bush now kills without care:
Aloof to the plight of Iraq (oil's still there).
Through hate does Bush's war-wrangled manner hold sway.
Guts our land's democracy, while his war mongers rave.

(repeat verses)