Al Gore's First Concert Full of Surprises

Funny story written by Jean Le Fete

Wednesday, 11 July 2007

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C'mon Baby Light My Fire!

Al Al Gore Jr. was quick to point out to the Nashville Tennessee audience for the Concert to Support Global Warming, "This is my first time playing electric guitar in front of live people."

He then launched into a re-written version of the Door's "C'mon Baby Light My Fire", which was re-written to reflect Global Warming Concerns. The audience reaction appeared to be shell shock as he belted out the line, "Set The Whole World on FIRE".

This song was followed up with another re-written classic, which he also dedicated to global warming and his wife, "Here Comes The Sun."

Several other mind numbing songs followed then he then finished up by poking fun at himself and his energy hog house, by singing Crosby Stills Nash and Young's "Our House". Just as he finished a clap of thunder was heard and the lights went out in the famous old theater

At this point the 47 people who crowded into the Grand Ole Opry erupted with applause and headed quickly for the exits.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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