The president came to London and was greeted by the queen
And for the people of the city it was a festive scene
Hundreds of thousands of women and men were all in the street
Shouting and dancing and talking and marchin' on their feet
But the highest peak of the evening, to be only fair
Was when the statue of George Bush was toppled in Trafalgar Square

Those days in London was the place to be
Young and old, black and white, it was the face of society
Even the mayor came out, called him a criminal of war
Said "World domination ain't worth fighting for"
They said "We don't like Dubya or his poodle, Tony Blair"
On the day the statue of George Bush was toppled in Trafalgar Square

The night sky was lit up and the message, it was clear
We do not want fascism over there or over here
It was heard first-hand by many right there on British soil,
"We will not fight for Exxon; we won't kill or die for oil"
But for billions around the planet we were all right there
When the statue of George Bush was toppled in Trafalgar Square
When the statue of George Bush was toppled in Trafalgar Square


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