Jim Wooten – Associate Editor, Atlanta Journal Constitution, "Ideological offspring follow Reagan's ideals," June 13, 2004
Kerry get up
Hey, Hey, Hey
Hagel get up
If you can’t hear what I’m trying to say
If you can’t read from the front page
Maybe they’re using gas,
Maybe they’re going crazy,
Maybe they crossed my Red line.
Media get up
OK now Assad was close, tried to eliminate them
But they’re a terror group, fighting’s in their nature
Just let me liberate them
Hey, hey, hey
My resolve is in the papers
That man will meet his maker
And that’s why I’m gon’ take a bad boy
I’m gonna bomb him.
Me and Hollande.
We’re gonna bomb him.
He’s a bad boy
Can’t let it get past me
Did he gas them?
Assad’s bout to get blasted
I hate these blurred lines
I wanna bomb him.
Can I bomb him?
But we’re the good guys
The way he mocks me
Must wanna get nasty
Just try to stop me
France get up.
What do we need the UK for
If they just close their door
No need to threaten Damascus more
Time to put Assad in his place
I feel so lucky, France is with me
What more do I need?
Mister House Speaker
One thing I say to you
Lemme be the one to take task with you
From Washington to Paris too
I don’t need Congress, the President can just do
So, who cares what you wanna pass through?
I’ll shoot something big enough to tear Syria in two
Nag on him, ask Putin to act casual
I mean, Russia’s just unbearable
In a hundred years not dare would I
To make the world safe just pass me by (#LEGACY)
I’m nothin’ like our last guy, he claimed WMDs too.
Assad won’t shoot that gas or pull crap like that
So I’m just watching and waitin’
My Red Line I’m not re-drawin’
While intel to justify the strike we’re gathering
I’m a nice guy, but don’t get confused, this happenin’
Get down, get up-a
Do it like it hurt, Assad’ll hurt
What you don’t like war?
Hey they can’t breathe
It’s all over Twitter
No resolution do we need
We’re just gonna hit ‘er
No more pretending
Cause now we’re winning
Here’s our beginning
I always wanted a
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