I Remember the Year Dick Armey Finally Retired
(Sung to the tune of ""I Remember the Year Clayton Delaney Died" by Tom T. Hall)
Guest song parody by Darrell Decker

(instrumental intro)

I remember the year that Dick Armey finally retired,
He said he made his mind up but I think he was gonna get fired,
All those years he spent in congress acting like a spoiled kid,
He finally got his ass kicked and everybody's glad he did.

Smarmy Armey was Newty's right hand man,
But at the first sign of trouble Newty cut and ran,
Dick thought he was a leader and acted way too smug,
Cause the bottom line on Armey was just another snide Repug.

He looked like he drank a lot and we know he was a lecher, too.
He'd still be teaching school if some girls hadn't theatened to sue,
A phony right to lifer and a hypocrite to boot,
He was ruining the country but we know he never gave a hoot.

He was predjudiced and racist as most all of his kind,
What was in it for him was the only thing on his mind,
For all the snide remarks and innuendoes, we have him to thank,
He'll probably burn in hell for the way he treated Barney Frank.

I remember the year that Dick Armey finally retired,
He said he made his mind up but I think he was gonna get fired,
There's a lots more in congress of exactly the same kind,
Let's see if we can help them follow Armey's wide behind.


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