my name is john kerry i'm a vietnam vet
i'm here to tell you how much better things could get
if you just let me be the king instead of that guy bush
i'm a softer kind of fascist when shove comes to push
you know you've gotta love my presidential style
my presidential face and my presidential smile

so vote for me! john kerry!
see the softer side of tyrrany
vote for me! john kerry!
get rid of tweedle-dumb
bring in tweedle-dee!

you can ask my wife and kids i'm the king of the waffles
i'd be the best waffler in the whole oval office
i waffled on gay marriage and i waffled on iraq
i'll waffle on cafta and the patriot act
i'm a real clever guy, yeah my strategy is strong
if i never take a side, how can i go wrong?

so vote for me! john kerry!
see the softer side of tyrrany
vote for me! john kerry!
get rid of tweedle-dumb
bring in tweedle-dee!

well bush is a republican and i'm a democrat
our policies are just the same but who cares about that?
the most important thing is the illusion of change
so you can feel like you're involved while the status-quo's maintained
for you the working class things will probably stay the same
but won't it be nice to have a new guy to blame?

so vote for me! john kerry!
see the softer side of tyrrany
vote for me! john kerry!
get rid of tweedle-dumb
bring in tweedle-dee!

you've got to know, you're more to me than just a statistic
and i know you want democracy but come on, let's be realistic

so don't blame me. my hands are tied
i've gotta keep my corporate customers satisfied and in order to do that we've gotta keep you all in line
waving the flag and the dollar sign
you've got a television to supply you with your thrills
so take some propaganda and a few sleeping pills
if you ever wake up we'll know what must be done
but for now the ballot box is cheaper than the guns




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