A Voicedude Parody by Joel-Steven of
'88 Lines About 44 Women' by The Nails
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"88 Lines About 44 Presidents"
The father of our country, George Washington was Number One.
John Adams lost a second term, but never fear, he had a son!
Tom Jefferson? He wrote the Independence Declaration draft.
James Madison was not that tall, but demonstrated battle craft.
James Monroe, just like four others, died on the Fourth of July.
John Quincy Adams: he was picked by House of Reps after a tie.
Bloody Andrew Jackson had the Trail Of Tears to earn his scorn.
Martin Van Buren was the first who was American born.
William Henry Harrison died in one month due to a cough; as
VP Johnny Tyler served remaining time within the Office.
James K. Polk became the first to hear the song Hail To The Chief.
And in his second year Zach Taylor died, and so his time was brief.
Millard Fillmore never had a Veep help keep the union strong.
Franklin Pierce, a Northerner whose Southern sympathies were wrong.
James Buchanan was the only bachelor when that wasn’t weird.
And Abe Lincoln was the best; with stovepipe hat and ‘stache-less beard.
Andrew Johnson was impeached because with Congress Andy fought.
U.S. Grant, the Union general, who was also drunk a lot.
Rutherford B. Hayes became the first to lose the Pop’lar vote.
James Gar-field was shot, and once infected - that’s all she wrote!
Chester Arthur, one of 3 Presidents in ‘81
Grover Cleveland won election, then he lost, and then he won!
Benjiman the Harrison, a grandson is how he’s related.
Will-i-am McKinley, he’s the third to be assassinated.
Teddy ‘Bully’ Roosevelt got Panama and Nobel Prize.
William Howard Taft was mostly known for his enormous size.
Woodrow Wilson tried to keep us out of the Great World War.
Warren Harding, rocked with scandal: Teapot Dome, and many more…
Silent Calvin Coolidge was so tightlipped, not a smile he flashed.
Herbert Hoover never held an Office, then the Market crashed.
FDR, while beating Hitler, got us through the Great Depression.
Harry Truman dropped atomic bombs; that is his confession.
Eisenhower in the 50s was a General we called ‘Ike’.
JFK was gone right after we found one that we could like.
The legacy of LBJ is Vietnam and Civil Rights.
When Nixon saw impeachment looming, he resigned without a fight.
Gerald Ford remains the only one that we did not elect.
And Jimmy Carter’s after Office work should bring him great respect.
Ronald Reagan was an actor, played his part with no remorse.
CIA-man George Bush Sr. pointed light and stayed the course.
Willie Clinton balanced budgets, but he was a male whore.
W. had 9/11 to excuse unending wars.
Then Barack Obama was the first one of a darker tint.
And Donald Trump? He conned the country into making him a mint!