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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

PINOCCHIO AND WALKER

PINOCCHIO AND WALKER - A New Protest Song for Madison Rally (words, music written by Larry Heagle, copyright, 2/23/11)

How can you tell that Governor Scott Walker is telling lies? His lips are moving.

Pinocchio's nose grew when he told lies. When Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker tells lies, his forehead grows larger, as more and more hair fall from his head. This new, catchy sing-along song, "Pinocchio and Walker," by Wisconsin musician and entertainer, Larry Heagle, tells the sad story of what happens when a balding man of lower intelligence thinks being governor allows him to say and do anything he pleases. Governor Scott Walker may think he is the second coming of Ronald Reagan, but he is actually a lot closer to Nixon ... except that is perhaps a little unfair to Nixon; Nixon was more honest.

We all know Pinocchio
His nose grew very long
Cuz he told so many lies
Like the subject of this song

Hey, Scott Walker
Have you lost more hair today?
Hey, Scott Walker
Have you lost more hair today?
If you keep on lyin’
You’ll be bald one day

Now Walker is a-losin’ his hair
That’s quite plain to see
And I think it’s cuz he’s lyin’
To you and you and me

Hey Scott Walker,
Have you lost more hair today?
I said, Hey, Scott Walker
Have you lost more hair today?
If you keep on lyin’
Gonna be bald some day

Walker was a student
Maintained a real strong two point three
But he got kicked out for cheatin’
Now he’s cheatin’ you and me

Scotty is a preacher's kid
Fell a long way from the tree
And how he got in office
Well, it ain't no mystery

Now it's time to stand as one
From sea to shining sea
And make the Kochs pay their share
And restore Democracy

Hey, Scott Walker
Have you lost more hair today?
Every time you tell a lie
Another strand falls away

Keep on lyin’
You be bald one day!


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