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In Memory Of Saddam Hussein December 31, 2006

Posted by Michael in Music.
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This is a video of me singing a song that I wrote just for President Saddam Hussein, the Modern Nebuchadnezzar, a man whose destiny was to preside over the Restoration of Babylon and the Reconquest of Jerusalem. 

The dream died, because of the intervention of infidels.

I invited a few friends over to preview this song, and they liked it, so I am sharing it with you.  Hope you like it too.

Goodbye, Saddam.

P.S.  I probably had drunk a little too much Jack Daniels when I did this, so please excuse the ragged performance.

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1. Lipstick - December 31, 2006

What, no clarinet?

2. Michael - December 31, 2006

I can’t play a clarinet when I’m drunk. The embouchure is too difficult when your lips are numb. Guitar is easy.

3. sandy burger - December 31, 2006

Who’s your favorite mass murderer?

A. Mao Zedong (I’m Chinese)
B. Yasser Arafat (I’m French)
C. Kim Jong Il (I’m President Roh)
D. Ted Kaczynski (I’m Ralph Nader)

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