Satire about Dubya's latest foreign misadventure in the Far East
(Sung to the tune of "Down Under" by Men At Work)
Guest song parody by Skisics Surus,

(instrumental intro)

Traveling to that Japan country,
Bush just read his script like a zombie.
Spoke economics; he made them nervous.
Luckily they didn't throw up breakfast.

Japan said:
"Bush comes, now our land's asunder.
Tax cuts rule and wealthy plunder."
It's unreal, how they steal his thunder.
Yeah, Bush is dumb, as they will discover.

Evil Axis, North Korea tussles.
Bush went to visit to show his muscles.
He said, "They need to speak-a my language."
The North said Bush was just backward and childish.

So Bush said:
"I come with weapons of wonder.
That can send your country asunder.
Can't you hear, can't you hear my thunder?
You'd better run, you better take cover, duh...."

(instrumental break)

Climbed the Great Wall on the last day.
With his slack jaw, and not much to say.
Said to China: "Dictatorship tempts me.
Because I'd love to grab new powers aplenty."

And Bush said:
"Oh! I'll go home to my land to plunder (oh yeah yeah)
Constitution torn asunder.
They will fear, they will fear my thunder.
I'm having fun, my foes must take cover..."

(instrumental ending)

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Copyright © 2002 by Skisics Surus
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