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Hey Joe, where you goin' with McCain in your hand?
Hey Joe, I said where you goin' with McCain in your hand?
Alright. I'm goin down to screw my old party,
you know I caught them messin' 'round with another man.
Yeah,! I'm goin' down to screw my old party,
you know I caught them messin' 'round with another man.
Huh! And Lamot ain't too cool.

MORE...

[2nd verse [Ah. -backing vocal on each line]]
Uh, hey Joe, I heard you put your party down,
you put it down.
Uh, hey Joe, I heard you put you old party down,
you put it down to the ground. Yeah!

Yes, I did, I swat it,
you know I caught them messin' 'round,
messin' 'round town.
Uh, yes I did, I swat it
you know I caught my old party messin' 'round town.
And I gave it the thumbs-down and I swat it!

Alright
(Ah! Hey Joe)
Shoot her it more time again, baby!
(Oo)
Yeah.
(Hey Joe!)
Ah, dig it!
(Hey)
Ah! Ah!
(Joe where you gonna go?)
Oh, alright.

[3rd verse]
Hey Joe, said now,
(Hey)
uh, where you gonna run to now, where you gonna run to?
Yeah.
(where you gonna go?)
Hey Joe, I said,
(Hey)
where you goin' to run
to now, where you, where you gonna go?
(Joe!)
Well, dig it!
I'm goin' way down south, way down south,
(Hey)
way down south to McCain way! Alright!
(Joe)
I'm goin' way down south,
(Hey, Joe)
way down where I can be free!
(where you gonna...)
Ain't no one gonna find me babe!
(...go?)
Ain't no Harry Reid gonna,
(Hey, Joe)
he ain't gonna take no committee from me!
(Joe where you gonna..)
You better believe it right now!
(...go?)
I gotta go now!
Hey, hey, hey Joe,
(Hey Joe)
you better run on down!
(where you gonna...)
Goodbye everybody. Ow!
(...go?)
Hey, hey Joe, what'd I say,
(Hey.......................Joe)
run on down.
(where you gonna go?)



Originally posted to redglare on Wed Jun 04, 2008 at 04:58 PM PDT.

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