What A Difference A Brain Makes
(Sung to the tune of "What A Difference A Day Makes" by Dinah Washington
By Alvin Dover & Bill Tong

(instrumental intro)

What a difference a brain makes.
Prez who usurped his powers.
When we lost the Twin Towers,
Bush sought political gain.

His junta rules us through fear.
Controls what we see and hear.
Our civil rights disappear.
But Bush says all is fine.
 
What a difference a brain makes.
When the Mideast is stormy.
Bush tells Powell, "Do things for me!"
Ignorance isn't bliss.
His shills still kiss.

'Cause his dim world view
Won't enhance what he'll do.
What a difference a brain makes.
Missing from W.

What a difference a brain makes.
Confidence in Bush sours,
'Cause he grabbed war time powers,
And uses them without refrain.

Ashcroft bullies us through fear.
Beware what you say - he'll hear.
Our civil rights disappear.
Ashcroft says all is fine.

What a difference a brain makes.
"All or nothing" baloney.
Bush can't hide he's a phony.
Ignorance isn't bliss.
His shills still kiss.

'Cause his dim world view
Won't enhance what he'll do.
What a difference a brain makes.
It's missing from W.


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