Songs and What They Remind Me Of!

BY THE SPECTATOR – John Maloney

“All or Nothing at All” – What the IRS sings to us taxpayers.

“Home on the Range” – Housewife who doesn’t go out to work.

“It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie” – Anyone in Washington DC

“It’s De–Lovely” – Tax refund check arrives.

“Somebody Else is Taking My Place” – President Trump’s cabinet

 “Where or When” – The so called mystery of Obama’s birth place.

“I’ll Walk Alone” – A guy who forgot his deodorant.

“I Can Dream, Can’t I” – Football Giants win Super Bowl.

“I’ve Heard That Song Before” – What a cop says when you try to talk yourself out of a ticket.

“Comedy Tonight” – Any County Legislature meeting.

“Send in the Clowns” – Joint session of Congress.

 “Mr. Wonderful” – Our first responders.

 “Good News” – Rockland County Times gets a Pulitzer Prize!

“It’s Impossible” – President Trump gets a break from the media.

 “Higher and Higher” – Where local taxes are going.

 “I Want a Girl” – What Adam said to God!

 “I Cried for You” – All the supporters of Hillary Clinton.

“I Don’t Know Why” – Some people who voted for Donald Trump.

“Who’s Sorry Now” – Bill Cosby

“It Ain’t Necessarily So” – The news you read or see on TV

“Don’t Fence Me In” – Mexicans singing to President Trump.

“Ain’t Misbehavin” – What Bill Clinton tells his wife.

 “The Best is Yet to Come” – The Democrats theme song!

“I’ve Got the World on a String” – The guy who invented the Yo-Yo.

“Come Rain or Come Shine” – Clarkstown Highway men still on the job.

“Dancing in the Dark” – When you don’t pay your O&R bill

“Day by Day” – Ed Day standing next to his son

“Don’t Blame Me” – Mayor DiBlasio

“Get Out of Town” – What the immigrants are hearing

“How Little We Know” – Current investigations in Washington DC

“I Can Dream, Can’t I” – Yankees – Mets World Series

“I Got Plenty of Nuthin” – Our take home pay after taxes

“It Ain’t Necessarily So” – What President Trump says to his accusers!

“Little White Lies” – What some politicians call them

“Till We Meet Again” – G.I. to his wife as he leaves for a war zone.

“Impossible Dream” – Cynthia Nixon beats Gov. Cuomo