“Santorum Wants Your Birth Control” Parody by Rick London Sung To Bob Seger’s “Old Time Rock & Roll”

If Santorum’s elected we’ll be by ourselves,
Birth control pills stay on the pharmacist’s shelf,
A vaginal probe sounds a bit too cold,             

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No assistance from the state’s fund dole,
Five  male hands went up on the House floor,
To let Congress decide who’s a saint and who’s a whore,            
Santorum wants your birth control

                 Rick Santorum wants your birth control,
He’ll be in your bed and there’ll be no rock and roll,
                 But every woman who was ever polled,
Won’t give Santorum their birth control

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We all know it takes 2 to tango
I guess we men will keep our sperm in escrow,
And it sounds so political,
Rick Santorum wants your birth control pills,
This politician whose way over the hill,
Next you know he’s gonna want your soul,                           Click To Enlarge
Rick Santorum wants your birth control.

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But his political rhetoric has begun to take its toll,
He no longer knows the meaning of afterglow,
And I’ll tell you if the truth be told,

Pfizer will Fed Ex you your birth control.

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Rick London is a songwriter, author, cartoonist and designer.  He founded Google’s #1 offbeat cartoon & funny gifts LTCartoons.com in 1997 which have been #1 Google ranked since 2005 and Bing #1 ranked since 2008.  He has over 1/4 million gifts and collectbles, not just cartoon collectibles but gifts for couples at QuoteGiftShop.com which sells famous love quote gifts and RickLondonWisdomShop which sells gifts featuring famous wisdom quotes.  He is an author with books on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  He is married to nature photographer Lee Hiller-London founder of nature photography blog Hike Our Planet.  They are both avid hikers and animals lovers.

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