Rosie O'Donnell


Michael D. Morrissey

April 1, 2007


Can be sung to the tune of "Eileen O'Grady,"and redistributed for non-profit purposes.
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Rosie O'Donnell and Daniel O'Connell

We'll follow you into the fray

Two heroes of darin', one fightin' for Erin

And one for Americay


O'Reilly and Hanitty, where is their sanity

Flag-wavin' is all they can do

Perfidious traitors and collaborators

They can't hold a candle to you




Rosie, you're one of our kind, we want you to speak your mind

About 9/11 and Building 7

We know that explosions caused all that implosion

Never before, now or of yore

Did steel buildings fall by fire

So by whose volition, controlled demolition

Did they turn into dust and a funeral pyre?


You're fighting for reason, exposing the treason,

We're sick of their lies and their war

If it ever gets out, the true crimes of those louts

There'll be heaven to pay and much more


Rosie you're beautiful, truthful and dutiful

We're proud that you're standin' your ground

We'll teach them some manners who fly the false banners

And one day we'll bring them around