Elvis impersonator Hamish McTwiddle is to permanently accompany Gordon Brown on his election campaign using the King's songs to highlight the achievements of the Labour Party.
Mr McTwiddle said he became a Labour voter after he received electro-convulsive therapy at a government sponsored clinic within GCHQ.
He said: 'It's a fantastic opportunity to show what Labour has done to Britain.
'I will be illustrating how they have turned vast swathes of our inner cities into no-go areas full of illegal immigrants with the classic 'In The Ghetto.'
'Who can forget the way Labour Stalinists had an MP arrested in the House of Commons for leaking their blunders - 'Suspicious Minds' is perfect for that.
Mr McTwiddle added: 'Labour's policy towards the EU is neatly summarised in 'Surrender.'
'For their economic performance compared with the previous government it has to be 'Way Down.'
Mr McTwiddle said he will also be reflecting on the personal lives of some of the politicians.
'I'll be singing about the sexual preferences of one MP with my version of 'Little Sister' he said.
And of course I will end by paying tribute to Sarah Brown with a rollicking version of 'Hound Dog.'