- “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” – “progressive” NYC politicians gleefully scheme to increase tolls to drive into Manhattan by as much as $23 per ride, calling their horror “Congestion Pricing!” NYC mass transit is the progressive dream alternative!
- “Sounds of Silence” – mainstream newspapers and TV news organizations totally ignore mounting evidence of a president accepting bribes from foreign interests
- “My Kind of Town” – wearing white tie and tails, Gavin Newsom sings and dances his way around homeless tents, drug syringes and human waste in his beloved hometown of San Francisco
- “We Belong Together” – Kamala enthralls the Democrat National Convention with a cackling musical appeal to remain on the ticket with Joseph
- “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Migrant” – Socialist elected officials in Queens, NY say they want more illegal migrants in their districts!
- “Fool on the Hill” – Nancy Pelosi, Hakeem Jeffries and Chuck Schumer harmonize for a weaker military, expanding debt, higher taxes and getting re-elected
- “Sittin’ by the Dock of the Bay” – During the 40% of Joseph Biden’s presidency when he is away on vacation, our commander-in-chief is less likely to do harm to the American nation and its people while dozing on a beach
- “Abracadabra” – Telling the people to ignore what they actually experience, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen claim that wild deficit spending and punishing inflation mean that “Bidenomics is working!”
- “That’s What Friends are For” – Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg sing, groove and chortle, their lyrics explaining how they suppressed factual pre-election New York Post reporting about burgeoning Biden family scandals.
…and the NUMBER ONE POPULAR SONG to be RELEASED in 2024 is…
- “I’ve Got the World on a String” – Thanks to a waffling, confused American president, deranged North Korean strongman Kim Jong-un develops more and stronger nukes, as he lobs ever-more-powerful missiles into the Pacific and the Sea of Japan
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