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Midnight Confessions (of Emperor George W. Bush)

Compassionate Conservatives
Language: English


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Music based upon "Midnight Confessions" (words and music by Lou Josie © 1968)
Lyrics by The Compassionate Conservatives
Original release Mar-2003

Legally downloadable from:
http://www.oregonwaterfalls.com/cc/Mid...

Dubya dreams of dictatorship, only to awaken and find that it is true. A non-stop litany of Bush gaffes, featuring the ever-popular world-dividing "you're with us or with the terrorists". Bush claims to receive orders from God in his black-and-white world. Pakistan, our staunch 'Non-NATO Ally' in the War On Terror™, happens to be a long-standing sponsor of terrorism. And do we dare to mention Saudi Arabia, or the fact that the bin Laden and Bush families are long-time business associates? -Compassionate Conservatives.
GWB: "fool me once, shame on... fool me... can't get fooled again"

People think I'm a moron
But if they only knew
The depth of my evil genius
And I can be stupid whenever I need to

In my midnight confessions
I reveal my imperial secrets
I'm the master of misdirection
With a few intellectual defects

There's a little red button I keep in my hand
You better understand
If and when I should push it the warheads will fly
Kiss the planet goodbye

GWB: "I'm a threat to the American people"

Busy day at the White House
We're planning World War III
I'm looking out for my corporate sponsors
I say I'll crack down but I'm letting them run scot free

In my midnight confessions
I reveal my imperial secrets
I'm the master of misdirection
With a few intellectual defects

There's a little red button I keep in my hand
You better understand
That if I should push it the warheads will fly
Kiss the planet goodbye

Interlude: Sander Hicks explains Bush's draft-dodging

Duh duh duh duh duh duh Dubya (repeat and fade)

GWB: "I don't think we need to be subliminable [sic]"
GWB: "He has shown utter contempt for the United Nations and for the opinion of the world."
GWB: "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists"
GWB: "In 1994 there were 67 schools in Texas that were rated exemplorary [sic]"
Jon Voight: "Well sir, I ain't a for-real cowboy, but I am one hell of a stud!" (from the movie "Midnight Cowboy")
GWB: "Hold this nation hostile [sic]"
GWB: "There was no malfeeance [sic] involved to account for a complicated tragsaction [sic]"
GWB: "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists"
Werner Klemperer: "I know nothing... NOTHING!" (as Col. Klink from the TV series "Hogan's Heroes")
GWB: "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists"
GWB: "Perscription [sic] drugs will be an ingrinable [sic] part of the Medicare plan"
GWB: "Always chew your pretzels before ya swallow"
GWB: "I'm a threat to the American people"
GWB: "And to the C students... you too can be President of the United States!"
GWB: (Unintelligible drug-induced mumbling)
Judy Garland: "What would you do with a brain if you had one?" (as Dorothy in the movie "The Wizard of Oz")
GWB: (More unintelligible drug-induced mumbling)

Contributed by Riccardo Venturi - 2005/8/2 - 18:29



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