Airhead's In London
Satire about Bush's craven November 2003 state visit to the United Kingdom, which drew over 200,000 protestors, causing Bush to avoid speaking to Parliament or hostile audiences
(Sung to the tune of "Werewolves Of London" by Warren Zevon)

(instrumental intro)
The U.S. war hawk who's unwelcome in their land;
Walking through the streets, Brits protest his reign.
Bush was looking for a place to hide from their looks.
Benefits himself; his wish: no one complain.

They boo!
Airhead's in London.
They boo!

He won't hear them howling, 
"Bush, down with your oil war!"
In Iraq, he won't win.
British troops get killed and mutilated for his fight.
Airhead's in London again.

They boo!
Airhead's in London.
They boo!

He's so heavy-handed, bent-on-war, fake pResident.
Insulated bubble: he'll stay there.
Brits must stay away from him;
"No lip" would suit his whim.

They boo!
Airhead's in London.
They boo!

Puppet of Dick Cheney talking with the Queen.
Booing this airhead is London.
Tool of Dick Cheney, Dubya, talking with the Queen.
Booing this airhead is London.


200,000 British protest Bush's visit in London

Visit this hilarious British web site:
Bush In London and throw eggs at him

We saw this airhead thinking that he just got a re-election "fix,"
'Cause Blair was perfect.

They boo!
Airhead's in London.
They boo!
(Flawed crud...)

They boo!
Airhead's in London.
They boo!

(repeat refrain and fade)


Here's an older version by Skisics Surus: Oil Men of Houston
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Copyright © 2003 by W.  Tong

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