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Saturday, 31 October 2009

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Grammy Bound!

President Obama's own written songs, twelve in all and all about himself, have been nominated for a Grammy or that's the news on the hill.

Entitled, "O Rest Ye Obama" is the title song of the album "Obama Oh Oh Obama" which has been sued already by Harpo Inc for Oprah Winfrey for using HER "O", is scheduled to be released just in time for Christmas.

"From "Sweet Home, Obama" to "Silent Root-Beer-Conference Night" this album is a winner", says Spin Doctor O in his reviews in both "The Rolling Stone" and "Children's Highlights".

The album which is sung by the Vienna Boy's Choir is sure to be on every parent's Christmas shopping list or the FBI and CIA will want to come and ask you why.

Also, it will be sung all around the nation as local children's choirs will bring it to your window, asking for a small re-election fee.

"This is the children's version of his later release, "The Beer Conference Songs" which Obama has had recorded for the older folds at the nursing homes and senior centers", stated a reviewer in the Village Voice" and "Viagra Today".

Those in the know say that the next biggy will be brought to your house so you won't have to trudge out in the 20 degree, $4.50 dollar a gallon weather, by your local group of the national police.

These will mostly be policemen barbershop quartets with favorites like "Let's Call Obama, Sweetheart" and "Shine On Me".

Meanwhile, the Grammy people anxiously await their release.

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