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Timmy has dedicated a song to Blair.

Rachel has adapted some Elton John lyrics.

Tim Ireland composed a rather spiffing musical video.

So, following in this musical train, your humble Devil has concocted a little song. Please feel free to add your own tune.

Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you,
You lying piece of shit, fuck you.
You've already lost your office,
I hope that soon it'll be your freedom.
Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you
You lying, sack of shit, socialist cunt.

OK, it lacks rhyme, rhythm or meter, but your humble Devil has never laid claim to any musical talent. And I think it says everything that's needed.

UPDATE: Mr E weighs in with a winning piece, methinks...


Alan Douglas said…

"your humble Devil has never laid claim to any musical talent",

but by George, you do have a way with words !

Alan Douglas
Fophillips said…
iznogoud said…
that's a bit cheap...
Chris said…
Good verse, but to call Blair a socialist is a bit much... ;-)

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