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Friday, May 29, 2009

* It’s Friday, we’re all tired, and many of us will be working through the weekend. Let’s lighten it up.

Could you write us a song about the end of session? Set it to any tune you wish. Have fun.

- Posted by Rich Miller        

  1. - VanillaMan - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 11:39 am:

    The Session’s Over - Comden/Green, enhanced by VanillaMan

    The Session’s over
    It’s time to call it a bust
    They been exposed as Buffoons
    And thrown all our trust away
    It’s time to wind up the masquerade
    Just make your mind up the piper must be paid

    The Session’s over
    The forces for change won’t win
    They waffled and spun through the night
    What ever happened to our reformer, Quinn?
    They tried to stall it, now all dreams end
    Empty your wallet, the Session’s over
    It’s all over, my friend

    It’s time to move out of this state,
    and begin your business and life again!

  2. - VanillaMan - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:05 pm:

    Pretend It’s 1959 - Prince, enhanced humbly by the Artist Formerly Known as VanillaMan

    The GA was schemin’ when I wrote this
    Forgive me if it goes astray
    But when I woke up this mornin’
    Coulda sworn it was Session-Ending day

    The budget was bleedin’ red
    There were people runnin’ everywhere
    Tryin’ to run from the destruction
    You know I didn’t even care

    ‘Cuz they say we’re finally bankrupt, party over
    Oops out of time
    So tonight I’m gonna pretend it’s 1959.

    That year was the year that liberal thinking was really hot!
    With Kennedy, Stevenson, and Tobor that cool robot!
    But reality in a cruel world wasn’t meant to last,
    So let’s pretend Obama is JFK and hot to trot!

    War is all around us
    Cheney says prepare to fight
    So if we gotta die
    Let’s crash the economy and do it right!

    Yeah, they say we’re broke, the party over
    Oops out of time
    So tonight I’m gonna pretend it’s 1959

    Lemme tell ya somethin’
    If you like our taxin’ party
    Don’t bother knockin’ on Michael’s door
    He’s got a daughter to get elected
    And baby he’s ready to score!
    Yeah, da terrorists got a bomb
    This could be the end of days
    So before we’ll let that happen
    We’ll legalize pot and marriage for gays

    They say the GOP’s power is party over
    Oops out of time
    They’re runnin’ outta time
    So tonight we gonna, we gonna (Tonight I’m gonna pretend it’s 1959!)

    Say it one more time
    Wall Streets collapsed, party over
    Oops out of time
    No, no
    So tonight we gonna, we gonna (Tonight I’m gonna pretend it’s 1959)

    Alright, it’s 1959
    You say it, 1959
    1959 don’t stop, don’t stop, say it one more time

  3. - wordslinger - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:12 pm:

    With apologies to a very trippy Kenny Rogers and the New Edition:

    Picture Patrick Collins as The Dude, dancing around a surreal brass rail.


    Yeah, yeah, oh yeah,
    What condition my commission is in,

    I woke up this morning, with the Sun-Times shining in,
    I found reform in the hands of, Ma-di-gan,
    I shook and cried, baby, that’s no lie,
    I wished I still had the F-B-I,

    I just dropped in to see,
    What condition my commission was in,
    Yeah, yeah, oh yeah,
    What condition my commission was in,

    I pushed my soul in the dome,
    And then I followed it in,
    I watched reform crawling out,
    As I was crawling in,
    I got up so tight,
    I couldnt unwind,
    I called up Quinn, but he had no time,
    I just dropped in,
    To see what condition my commission was in,

    Yeah, yeah, oh yeah,
    What condition my commission was in,

    Someone painted April fool in lights on the Big Board sign
    They were passing reform, baby, but the bills, no, they weren’t mine
    Eight days in Springfield and I got nowhere
    I’m the White Knight but they just don’t care
    I just dropped in to see what condition my commission was in
    I just dropped in,
    To see what condition my commission was in,
    I said I just dropped in to see,
    What condition my commission was in.

  4. - These are my thoughts - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:16 pm:

    (circus music)
    (slowly turns into twangy banjo muusic)
    Ya all come back for a good ol’ laugh next year, ya hear!

  5. - VanillaMan - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:25 pm:

    Well done wordslinger!
    I never heard of that song, though - is there an audio file out there you can link us to?

  6. - Semisonic says it all - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:27 pm:

    Closing Time

    Closing time - time to send press releases out to the world.
    Closing time - tax hikes on the way for every boy and girl.
    Closing time - the GOP and Dems finish their whiskey or beer.
    Closing time - go back to your districts cuz you can’t stay here.

    No state budget ever cut to the bone.
    No ethics reforms for people at home.
    It’s as if we’re still working for Blago.
    Take me home…

    Closing time - time for you to go back to Alton or Addison.
    Closing time - this chamber won’t be open ’til a statewide race has a Madigan.
    So gather up your jackets, and capital projects - pork projects are your only friends
    Closing time - Saputo’s will be empty now that session is ready to end.

    Yeah, disappointed Pat Collins is heading home.
    Cullerton’s new best friend is Christine Radogno.
    The Dems stuff remap reform down a black hole..
    Take me home…

    Closing time - The Tribune ed board says all of us are just scum…

    Mike Madigan is smiling as he drives home.
    Pat Quinn says the mansion is his summer home..
    Only tourists will be amused under the silver dome.
    Take me home…

    Closing time - every veto session comes from some other session’s end…

  7. - HoosierDaddy - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:28 pm:

    To the tune of my favorite Chicago song…

    “45 or 6 to 4″

    Senate session ends today
    Wonder how late we’re gonna stay?
    Bills are stacked up to the sky
    Giving up I close my eyes…
    Should we try to pass one more?
    45 or 6 to 4…

    Deadline’s looming in our face
    Passing bills at record pace
    Deficit’s out of control
    No way to plug that F’in’ hole
    They’re voting on the Senate floor
    45 or 6 to 4…

    We ought to just give up and sleep
    Before this problem gets to deep
    But John is calling for a vote
    A bill to get some bonds to float
    We’re voting on the Senate floor
    45 or 6 to 4
    45 or 6 to 4

  8. - HoosierDaddy - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:39 pm:

    Love it Semisonic! I was thinking of that song, too, but I couldn’t get the words to flow…

  9. - wordslinger - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:41 pm:

    VMan, go to and search “The Big Lebowski - Gutterballs” and you’ll find a trippy dream scene with the song. And my mistake, it’s Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, not New Edition.

    If you haven’t seen the flick, The Dude likes to roll. And The Dude abides.

    I’m not posting the link because there’s a split second of R-rated material.

  10. - 47th Ward - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:41 pm:

    The End, by the Doors. No enhancement necessary.

    This is the end
    beautiful friend
    This is the end
    My only friend, the end
    Of our elaborate plans, the end
    Of everything that stands, the end
    No safety or surprise, the end
    I’ll never look into your eyes

    There are way too many f-bombs that follow, which while appropriate to the way I feel about the end of session shenanigans underway, are not CapFax friendly.

  11. - OneMan - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:43 pm:

    Too Baby’s Got back

    I like Reform and I can not lie
    You other Goo-Goos can’t deny

    When a proposal gets out of committee
    You want to party in Springfield City

    .. all I have time for right now

  12. - hadenough? - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:52 pm:

  13. - lake county democrat - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 12:55 pm:

    When I was younger so much younger than today
    I never needed anybody’s help in any way
    But now those days are gone, my district’s not secure
    I need to bulletproof my seat and do it behind closed doors

    Help me reelect, my polls are down
    I’ll do whatever you say Mike just keep me in town
    Help me to retire with my pension safe and sound
    Won’t you please, please help me?

  14. - DuPage Boy - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 1:33 pm:

    wordslinger song is the best so far

  15. - anon414 - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 1:55 pm:

    vman this question of the day was screaming your name all over it. loved you prince 1959 song

  16. - Dooley Dudright - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 2:38 pm:

    To the tune of “Hotel California”, by the Eagles — the last two lines:

    “Sine die?” scoffed the Speaker
    “Wishful thinking, I believe.
    We can adjourn any time they’d like
    But they can never leave!”

  17. - Enjoy! - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 2:56 pm:

    (To the tune of ‘Blame It’ by Jamie Foxx)

    Blame in on Rod, he got us in this spot…
    Blame on Roland, his Senate seat is stolen…

    Blame it on the p-p-p-p-p-power trip, blame it on the p-p-p-p-p-power trip.

    Blame it on Obama, his leaving caused such drama…
    Blame it on Durbin, he’s always so uncertain…

    Blame it on the p-p-p-p-p-power trip, blame it on the p-p-p-p-p-p-p-p-power trip-p-p-p-p.

  18. - Not The Dude - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 3:39 pm:

    The Brass Rail at the Statehouse

    On the rail at the Statehouse, rumors swirl all around
    Eaters searching for money, but not a dime to be found
    On the second floor below them, Quinn’s options grow slim
    He wants to give them everything they want,
    They want to take it from him

    The House Speaker and the President, tell him “tax hikes won’t pass now”
    Quinn backs off the proposal, and quizzingly asks, “but how?”
    They pass a partial-year budget, and voters aren’t on the hook (yet)
    We’re still a whole lot better off than when things were run by The Crook

    Welcome to the Brass Rail at the Statehouse
    Such a hectic pace
    Don’t I know your face?

    Plenty of room on the Brass Rail at the Statehouse
    ‘Cept when the G-A’s in
    You can hear the din

    Then Collins comes down to Springfield, he’s got no skin in the game
    Demanding all kinds of reforms, and sayin’ members are lame
    But members aren’t in the big house, the governors brought the shame
    No reform ever stopped a crook, because they’re just not that tame

    The goo goos loudly protest the, reform measures that pass
    Republicans join in with them, ‘cuz they got no brass
    No solutions would please them, they are programmed to complain
    “Do as I say not as I do,” are the, thoughts that do reign

    Welcome to the Brass Rail at the Statehouse
    Such a hectic pace
    Just get off my case

    Plenty of room at the Brass Rail at the Statehouse
    Party every night
    Best kept out of sight

    A public works project sanctioned, poker in every bar
    Higher fees on you and me, just to pay for it all
    And they dangled the projects, to get votes on the bill
    But then Quinn made them pass the rest, ‘fore they could go out and shill

    The last thing on the menu, before they could adjourn
    Lots of resolutions that say, just look what I done
    Relax, said the Speaker, things are under control
    Skip’s after session party’s just delayed a little more

  19. - Not The Dude - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 3:40 pm:

    That was to Hotel California - The Eagles

  20. - Bluefish - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 4:05 pm:

    I’ve been workin’ on a tax hike,
    All the live long day,
    I’ve been working on a tax hike,
    While the mushrooms waste away.

    Don’t ya hear the editorials blowing,
    We need reform today,
    We’ll keep the editors from steaming,
    Just give them F-O-I-A.

    I’ve been working on the tax hike,
    Taxpayers will have an attitude,
    But we’ll keep our safely drawn districts,
    Cause the remap bill got screwed.

  21. - Six Degrees of Separation - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 5:03 pm:

    Your ethics give me a thrill
    But your ethics don’t pay my bills
    I want money (that’s what I want)
    Gimme your money (that’s what I want)
    That’s what I wa-a-ant
    Baby, that’s what I want.

  22. - 10th Indy - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 5:19 pm:

    We All Got Fooled Again

    Imaginary fighting in the seats
    For our children and our needs
    But the morals they play-worship all have gone
    Though Pat Collins spurred them on
    Their judgment is all wrong
    They decided and the Speaker sings the song

    I’ll tip my hat to the sham resolution
    Take a bow for the fake revolution
    Smile and grin at the “change” all around
    Hand out my in-kinds and play
    Just like yesterday
    Then I’ll get on my knees and pray
    They all got fooled again

    We didn’t want no change to come
    Nobody listens all along
    No liberation from Blago, not at all
    So the world looks just the same
    And history ain’t changed
    ‘Cause the reformers all got beaten in this last war

    I’ll tip my hat to the sham resolution
    Take a bow for the fake revolution
    Smile and grin at the “change” all around
    Hand out my in-kinds and play
    Just like yesterday
    Then I’ll get on my knees and pray
    They all got fooled again

    They moved reform and redistricting aside
    No room for ethics even half alive
    Read all the papers and smile for the guys
    for you know that the politicians never lie
    Don’t ya?


    There’s nothing in those seats
    Looks any different to me
    And their slogans are replaced by new lies
    So the party on the left
    Plays with the party on the right
    And their prizes all grow bigger overnight

    I’ll tip my hat to the sham resolution
    Take a bow for the fake revolution
    Smile and grin at the “change” all around
    Hand out my in-kinds and play
    Just like yesterday
    Then I’ll get on my knees and pray
    They all got fooled again
    We all get fooled again
    Yea, yea!


    Meet the new boss
    Same as the old boss

  23. - ZC - Friday, May 29, 09 @ 5:24 pm:

    A member’s lament (with apologies to Willie):

    On the road again
    Just can’t wait to get on the road again
    But I’m in Hell with Cullerton and Madigan
    And I can’t wait to get on the road again
    On the road again
    Taxin’ places that I’ve never been
    Seein’ crackpot reforms cooked up by Pat Quinn,
    And I can’t wait to get on the road again.
    On the road again
    Like a band of mushrooms we grow by the highway
    We’re the best of friends
    Hopin’ that the Mac trucks don’t turn our way
    And our way
    Is on the road again
    Just can’t wait to get on the road again
    The life I love is givin’ earmarks to my friends
    And I can’t wait to get on the road again

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