Bummer, Bushland Falls (Berlin Or Pretoria)
(Sung to the tune of "Summer, Highland Falls" by Billy Joel)
Guest song parody by Michael Pacholek

(instrumental intro)

They say that these are not the best of times
But they're the only times that Bush could bring.
And I believe there is a time for meditations
On why we overthrew a king.
Now I have seen that sad surrender in some voters' eyes.
I can only stand apart and moralize.
For we are stuck in situations he's unfurling.
It's either Berlin or Pretoria.

So we'll argue and we'll compromise
And doing that means nothing's gonna change.
For all his nagging inexperience
Like Dick and Ron and Dad, he's just the same.
Now we are forced to recognize his inhumanity.
No reason coexists with his insanity.
And we miss Clinton's success, even his girlin'.
It's either Berlin or Pretoria.

(instrumental break)

How thoughtless he dissipates prosperity.
Perhaps he thinks he really has sincerity.
So we stand upon the ledges of our lives
With Inquisition's similarity.
It's either Berlin or Pretoria.



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