#6 Oh, Roger Stone

#6 Oh, Roger Stone

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This has to do with one of the behind-the-scenes connections between DJT's campaign and Russia and presidential commutations. I wonder how many more of these connections there are now? They love him. He's malleable. Flattery gets them what they want.

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Oh, Roger Stone, July 13, 2020, #6, Elizabeth Singleton

Intro
C / / C / / G7 / / C /

C G7 C
Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger Stone.
G7 C G7
You should be in prison in a cell all alone,
C (G7) C G7 C
But Don commuted your sentence from atop his throne.
G7 C
Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger Stone.

C G7 C
Roger Stone was the link to Russian Intel
G7 C G7
For Trump’s twenty-sixteen campaign from hell
C G7 C
Through Wikileaks and Assange, they let loose the bombshell
G7 C
Giving Hillary’s campaign its final death knell.

Chorus
C G7 C G7
You should be in prison in a cell all alone,
C G7 C
Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger Stone.

C G7 C
Roger Stone is a devil, a thief, and a crook,
G7 C G7
Who serves his Don by the mafia book.
G7 C
He’s eccentric, wealthy, a dandy, a kook,
G7 C
With seven felonies on his record, if you care to look.

C G7 C
Can anyone do anything about Don’s breach of power?
G7 C G7
It’s gone on too long from his ivory tower.
C G7 C
He will shower his friends with commutations by the hour.
G7 C
Congress is losing its balancing power.

Outro
C G7 C G7
You should be in prison in a cell all alone,
C G7
Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger. Oh, Roger Stone.
rit. . . . . .



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headfirstonly's picture

As a Brit, the most memorable feature of Mr Stone is his ridiculous, no-I'm-not-making-this-up, tattoo. Of Richard Nixon. I mean, what? Seriously? I had to be told about it by three separate people *and* look it up on Snopes before I could believe it. "He’s eccentric, wealthy, a dandy, a kook" is putting it mildly; he's as mad as a box of frogs. And I hope that when America *finally* comes to its senses and the grown-ups are back in charge of things, he's swiftly returned to the prison accommodation he should currently be occupying. So yeah, I can *totally* get behind this song.