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Songs of Dear Leader

Post by gsjackson » August 19th, 2016, 7:01 pm

Every legend should have songs written about him during his lifetime, and that includes our founder. I posted the first verse of this ditty on another thread and now have added a second. All are invited to bring forth their contributions.

Notes: The song is sung to the tune of the second verse of House at Pooh Corner by Kenny Loggins, which begins "Winnie the Pooh doesn't know what to do."
I don't know how Momopi is pronounced, but here the accent will be on the first syllable, and pi pronounced as pie.

And Winston, we tease only because we care.


Winnie the Wu doesn't know what to do
Got some theories stuck in his head
He went to Rock seeking help and advice
But good sense left him flummoxed instead

So Rock sent him to ask of the sage Momopi
Who just shook his head and said "Oh my, my

Help, oh help ye gods this Wu man
No doubt the free-thinkingest Asian of all
Make the changes that only you can

His soul to a new port of call
Maybe six inches more tall
Many a kilo more small
Free thinkers made happiest of all

Back to those good old Palo Alto days
Banish all memories of East Bay malaise
Back to the heyday of Wuuuuuuuu."

2nd verse

Winnie the Wu thinking something is odd
As he looks out upon his domain
"Why are my followers not happy abroad?"
Cried Dear Leader in obvious pain

So Wu went up the mountain to ask of the gods
"Tell me stern deities what are the odds
That I can make monumental improvement
In click-throughs and follow-throughs of my movement

For each man a happy new place
Regardless of stature or race
Some lovelies to brighten his face
Bad western memories erased

Back to those good old sweet Russian faces
No more AW and Taiwan disgraces
Back to foundations of Wuuuuuuuu."

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Re: Songs of Dear Leader

Post by jamesbond » August 19th, 2016, 9:21 pm

Here is the song Return to Pooh Corner by Kenny Loggins, with lyrics. :D

"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"

"Trying to meet women in America is like trying to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics."

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