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John’s song

Written By: - Date published: 4:50 pm, October 19th, 2012 - 19 comments
Categories: humour, john key - Tags:

Good work by Glenn Rowlands.

19 comments on “John’s song ”

  1. Perhaps ‘I done it my way’ frank sinatra
    ‘Another brick in the wall’ pink floyd (I think)

  2. captain hook 2

    “they’re coming to take me away”
    Napoleon XIV
    (and they did!)

  3. Chris 3

    Memories ….
    Barbra Streisand

  4. Chris 4

    That’s catchy! The Johns could sing along but they wouldn’t be able to remember the words. So I guess they could just hum.

  5. BLiP 5


    I’m lovin’ it.

  6. “Do you want the truth or something beautiful?
    Just close your eyes and make believe
    Do you want the truth or something beautiful?
    I am happy to deceive you”

    ~Paloma Faith Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful?

  7. Akldnut 7

    After lining up his next job. His last public performance before heading off to Warner Bros to take on his new role. Won’t be much of a change.

    Johns swansong http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=DH7qq7OjJO8&NR=1

  8. hellonearthis 8

    And it’s taken down. Sad that National took away our rights to Satire and fair use.

  9. Jim Nald 9

    Preparing to farewell the two terms of the Dunnokeyo Administration …
    here’s a song he should love to hum to remind himself how popular smiling and waving was …
    now that all that has been reduced to can’t-recalls and don’t-knows:

    “Come along and sing our song

    “And join our family [of banksters]

    Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse

    “Now’s the time to say goodbye [about bloody time]

    “To all our company [mmm, especially State-owned]

    “M-I-C – See ya real soon!

    “K-E-Y – Why? Because we like you!


  10. captain hook 10

    I know a beauty but it will have to wait for the election…

  11. Tom 11

    Dear John, this too will pass ..

    • xtasy 11.1

      NO, you have to “assist” the passing, as brain dead and so will cling to it til the coutry dies, look at Pinochet and Franco and fascists like that, it must be STOPPED, as soon as the people get it and wake up!

  12. captain hook 12


  13. xtasy 13

    NO forehead has so far been proved “bullet proof”, and no intelligent comments have so far been proved worthy, from some mouths, snouts and so forth.

    I just wonder about philosophical aspirations and endeavours or wild suggestions. I cannot work anything out anymore. I am free, allow others to be free, liberal, understanding, we want appreciation, cooperation and more, when is this going to happen?

    Forehead or not, bear a thought, some matter is supposed to be behind it, I look forward to it “working”, or not, or yet, or maybe, or never?

    Dunno, have no answers and ideas anymore. Want to get out of this space, really, outer space is the best “space” to be, I suppose. Good luck all.

  14. xtasy 14


    As far as I can READ this, this a a DECLARATION of WAR!

    So we have the White House, the US federal system and FBI and probably Homeland Security geared up to take this one on, which is similar to taking Al Quaeda on, is it not?

    I fear, I fear, what is going down.

    This is NOT good, and the US is fighting for credibility all over the place, now Lebanon blowing up, agenda by Syria and Iran, possibly consented to by Russia now, what is next?

    We are in for battles, endless battles, and Kim Dotcom is somehow involved, due to personal agendas.

    NZ is stuck in the midst now too, with incompetent and also lying secret services and a PM covering up (is that a new thing???).

    What about SIS involvement, there was, I know, I have info, but I cannot prove this on my own. So come to the party, those few “honest” Kiwis there still are about!

    There is also more shit coming re WiNZ, I assure you, very, very soon. Someone got digging and has more revealing shit coming to the surface shortly. Just to keep you “teased” and entertained, dear folk. Good night!

  15. xtasy 15

    So what is this blog all about, any integrity or what else?

    We had two days ago a racist attack on graves of jewish citizens in this country, despiccable an act, no matter whether you may feel left, right, or centre. There are other issues, the attack on beneficiaries about to happen right now, where do YOU stand? Take a bloody STAND thanks.

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