Sunday, October 31, 2004

The Ballad of George W




(Can be sung to the tune of Tex Ritter's "High Noon")

Do not forsake me oh my darling, on this fair November day
For I must face all those who hate us, or lay a coward in my grave
Do not forsake me oh my darling, I made my vow I won't look back
I'll do my best for this great nation, in spite of lying democrats

As the sun stands high, I'll defend the bill of rights
No matter what those lesser men my say
With this badge and this gun, and some good republicans
Together we'll defend the U.S.A.

Do not forsake me oh my darling, on this grand November day
No terrorists will I ever pardon, each murderer will have to pay
Do not forsake me oh my darling, I gave my word and here I'll stand
Against the evils of oppression, for liberty in this blessed land

As the sun stands high, I'll defend our human rights
No matter what those Taliban may say
With this badge and this gun, and some good republicans
Together we'll defend the U.S.A.

We need some volunteers, a posse of loyal American Citizens. We need hard working, dedicated Public Servants in the United States House and Senate; strong Governors, and capable Representatives in State Houses all across this land. We need conformation of judicial appointments, men and women of sound mind to make sound judgments in the high courts of our nation. So go to the polls in November and vote with your God given conscience, and your good common sense. As long as I am High Sheriff I will do my part and lead you in the American way; in Truth, and Liberty, and Justice. With your support, good citizens, we will defeat all of our enemies, and we will make this decade one of the greatest in the history of the United States of America.
Yours Truly; High Sheriff and Public Servant, George W.

Copyright SunShine Dixieland Company 2003

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