They sent me a law against torture.
I signed it, although it was quaint.
I said, though, that I’m the decider
Of if something’s torture or ain’t.

I’ll do what I want when I want to,
Though Congress’s will may be foiled.
I’ve always done just what I want to.
You see, I’m a little bit spoiled.

The Congress wants mail left unopened,
Except through a court. They were blunt.
I signed that, but said in a statement
We’ll open whatever we want.

I’ll do what I want when I want to,
That’s deep down in my DNA.
I’ve always done just what I want to.
And Nanny Dick says it’s OK.

The citizens spoke in November.
They said that my war is a flop.
So what? I will order more troops there.
I’m boss, and I’m not going to stop.

I’ll do what I want when I want to,
It’s what I’ve done all my life long.
I’ve always done just what I want to.
It’s lucky I’ve never been wrong.