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I Feel Like I’m Fixin’ to Die Rag (2003 Version)

Well, come on America, it’s time to defend, Uncle Sam needs your help again. He’s got himself in another big jam With his former partner, Mister Saddam. So turn off Survivor, watch the News at Ten You’ll see it all on CNN

And its’ one, two, three, What is Bush fighting for? Forget the lessons about Vietnam, It’s time to go get Saddam. And its’ five, six, seven, Stolen elections are grand Well there ain’t no use in making him mad. Georgie needs to please his Dad.

Well, come on Rumsfeld, let’s move fast Colin Powell, he just won’t last C’mon Cheney, don’t stand and gawk, Stop acting like a chickenhawk. Pre-emptive war is your plan for Iraq. Now it’s time to make your big attack.

And its’ one, two, three, What is Bush fighting for? Forget the lessons about Vietnam, It’s time to go get Saddam. And its’ five, six, seven, Stolen elections are grand Well there ain’t no use in making him mad. Georgie needs to please his Dad.

Well, come on Wall Street, don’t move slow, Go directly to jail and find a CEO There’s plenty of stock options to enjoy By supplying the Army with the means to destroy. Just hope and pray that if they kill Saddam, They do it with a very smart bomb.

And its’ one, two, three, What is Bush fighting for? Forget the lessons about Vietnam, It’s time to go get Saddam. And its’ five, six, seven, Stolen elections are grand Well there ain’t no use in making him mad Georgie needs to please his Dad.

Well, come on parents, please come back Send your children off to Iraq Come on folks, now don’t be sad, Send them marching to old Baghdad. You know its terrorists they will foil, And don’t forget, it’s not about oil.

And its’ one, two, three, What is Bush fighting for? Forget the lessons about Vietnam, It’s time to go get Saddam. And its’ five, six, seven, Stolen elections are grand Well there ain’t no use in making him mad. Georgie needs to please his Dad.

Marc A. Catone is the author of “As I Write This Letter: An American Generation Remembers The Beatles“. Currently, his Sixties e-book novel, “The Giant’s Chair”, can be found at: http://www.1stbooks.com. He can be reached at: marc_catone@yahoo.com

 

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