I Call It A Breeze
(Sung to the tune of "Call Me The Breeze" by Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Guest song parody by skisics surus, skisics@yahoo.com


(As sung by Resident Bush)

(instrumental intro)

I call it a breeze, I keep nappin' now till noon.
Well now, this job, it's a the breeze, I keep nappin' now till noon.
I ain't got me no duties, I don't carry me no load.

Ain't no change in the weather, that's what Exxon's tellin' me.
Well, there ain't no change in the weather, that's what Exxon's tellin' me.
And I ain't scaring nobody, Chinese ain't hidin' from me.

Well I gave that green light to Cheney, he just keeps rulin' on.
Well I gave that green light to Cheney, he just keeps rulin' on.
Well, lights might go out in California, is that near to Georgia?
 I don't know.

Well, oil wells dug near the beaches, makes me feel right at home.
Now well, oil wells dug near the beaches, makes me feel right at home.
But I don't like to work too hard, I won't stay in the office long.

Well now, this job it's a breeze, I keep nappin' now till noon.
Well now, this job it's a breeze, I keep nappin' now till noon.
I ain't got me no duties, I don't carry me no load.

Mr. Breeze


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