Poor Judd Is Out

Poor Judd Is Out

With apologies to Rogers & Hammerstein.


(The dirge from Oklahoma! adapted for a new musical called New Hampshire!)

Poor Judd is out.
Poor Judd Gregg is out.
He told Barack that he could not take part
In following a lead
With which he disagreed.
It’s odd he didn’t know that from the start.

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