While My Country Gently Weeps
(Sung to the tune of " "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" by The Beatles)
Guest song parody by Skisics Surus, skisics@yahoo.com

(instrumental intro)

We looked to you all, saw the feds have been sleeping,
Now my country gently weeps.
We trust the White House; our rights gone with their sweeping.
So my country gently weeps.

I don't know why nobody told you,
Supposed to uphold the law.
Just don't ask how someone controlled you,
They bought and sold you.

We look at the world and we notice it's turning,
While my country gently weeps.
With every mistake Bush must surely be learning,
Still my country gently weeps.

(instrumental break)

We don't know how Freeh was diverted,
He was perverted, too.
We don't know why Intel deserted.
No one alerted you.

We look to the House, see the Right now is scheming,
While my country gently weeps.
See you this fall, will this country show it's free?

(instrumental finale)

Here is an older version of this parody: The Right Wing Are Zealous Creeps
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