Tribute to Ronald Reagan

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Tribute to Ronald Reagan
The Ford, Carter, Bushes, and Clinton chorus.
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Information
Author: Hazzamon
Release Date: June 6, 2004
File Size: 2838 KB
Duration: 2:33
Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: unrated
Star(s): Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher
Audio Info
Da Doo Ron Ron
Artist: The Crystals
Album:
Genre: Pop
Language: English

Contents

About

As the title says, this flash is a tribute to Ronald Reagan. It also features Margaret Thatcher, and a chorus of Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, both George Bushes, and Bill Clinton.

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Transcript

Lyrics

Fake Lyrics Real Lyrics

Fake

I met him on a Monday and my heart stood still
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron
Someboy told me that his name was Bill
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron

Yes, my heart stood still
Yes, his name was Bill
And when he walked me home
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron

He knew what he was doin' when he caught my eye
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron
He looked so quiet but my oh my
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron

Yes, he caught my eye
Yes, but my oh my
And when he walked me home
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron

Picked me up at seven and he looked so fine
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron
Someday soon I'm gonna make him mine
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron

Yes, he looked so fine
Yes, I'll make him mine
And when he walked me home
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron

Yeah, yeah, yeah
Da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron ron

(repeat & fade)

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Trivia

  • The reason the chorus consists of Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush is because they were the five presidents who were living when Ronald Reagan died.
  • The first version of this flash was released on the 6th June 2004, within 24 hours of Ronald Reagan's death. An extended version (everything after the first instrumental section featuring Bill Clinton on the saxophone) was released the next day.

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