The George Bush Wind
(Sung to the tune of  "Summer Wind" by Frank Sinatra)
Guest song parody by Darrell Decker & Wm. K. Tong

(instrumental intro)

The George Bush wind comes a-rolling in, far across the land.
He'll smirk and lie (he could be high) to beat the band.
The Supreme Court has moved him up, they said he was a cinch.
But there's a stench to the George Bush wind.

The George Bush wind says he's your friend, without a doubt.
And if you've got big bucks to spend; he'll help you out.
Those laws that regulate your biz, will be coming to an end,
The rich man's friend; the George Bush wind.

The George Bush wind and all its spin are dumb and wrong.
And still this craze, this right wing phase, goes on and on.
We'll criticize his dull replies, and fights which never end.
And put an end to the George Bush wind.


Copyright © 2001 by Darrell Decker & Wm. K. Tong
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