Please Mr. Please (Don't Play B-17)
Dedicated to Jay Jay the Jet Plane, a.k.a. your appointed Commander-in-Chief. "The O-Club" is the Officers' Club
(Sung to the tune of "Please Mr. Please" by Original Artist)
Guest song parody by Michael Pacholek

(instrumental intro)

In the corner of the war, there lies an airbase,
With the best fighting force this world ever knew.
You can see the latest toys of the New World Order,
And even some old planes from World War II.
We had good Kentucky whiskey at the O-Club.
But it disappeared down Georgie Bush's drain.
And that button-pushin' cowboy wants photo ops.
So here he is, just hot-doggin' again!

Please, Georgie, please, don't fly B-17!
It's an old plane, from a great war, but it's over!
Please, Georgie, please, if you know what I mean,
You'd be better off to fly a brand-new plane!

(instrumental break)

If I had a dime for every time he's screwed up,
And taken us from Clinton's winning course.
I could swear I'd be the richest man at Ramstein,
Maybe even in the whole gosh-darn Air Force!
But I guess I'd better get myself together.
"Mission accomplished," he can't really find.
Never once has said, "I'm sorry" for his snafus.
And this "peace" is weighing heavy on my mind!

Please, Georgie, please, don't fly B-17!
It's an old plane, from a great war, but it's over!
Please, Georgie, please, if you know what I mean
I don't ever wanna see you fly a plane!



Here's an Election 2000 version of this parody: He's Mr. Sleaze
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