Stevieslaw: The Unofficial Campaign Songs of 2012

Stevieslaw: The Unofficial Campaign Songs of 2012
Who could ever forget the amazing feeling of great joy and hope that we all felt when John McCain came into the room with the band blaring in the background that historically American tune:
Who is the tall dark stranger there,
Maverick is the name.
Riding the trail from who knows where,
Palin his companion, politics his game.
So, Smokey Diamond—our intrepid reporter, and I were hanging around at Stevieslaw headquarters idly trying to place songs with Republican candidates. Some are easy. Who could argue with “He was a one-eyed, one horned flying purple people eater,” as Ron Paul walks in, or the tremulous strains of a pregnant or dying (or pregnant and dying) woman (or women) hauntingly singing, “I know a heartache when I see one,” as The Newt waddles in. Mitt Romney and his staff walking in to “to the march of the wooden soldiers,” could only generate nods of approval, from those not already asleep. It’s got to be Bach for Santorum, subtly and stubbornly off key. For Perry—I like the little known tune, “How can I miss you I you won’t go away,” by the Huntingtons. And sadly, when Huntsman walks into a room, there is no music.
Come up with your own list—it’s hours of fun.

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