Mar 30, 2008
(Bleeped Ver.) "OY, THE WORDS HE HURLED!" -("Joy To the World")
AUDIO parody re Rev. Jeremiah Wright Obama-Loose Bruce Kerr(Bleeped
Ver.) [BLEEPED VER.:] "OY, THE WORDS HE HURLED," by Loose Bruce
Kerr about Rev. Jeremiah Wright & Barak Obama, to the tune of 3
Dog Night's "Joy To the World" is Loose Bruce Kerr's latest AUDIO
parody (video coming soon), about the vitriolic statements of the
presidential hopeful's personal choice of preacher for 2
See, also, Bruce's videos here on this podcast site as well as by searching on <loose bruce kerr> on YouTube.
After retiring from over 2 decades of performing and writing full-time, Bruce continues to record audios and videos of his parodies and originals in his garage while holding down his day job as a high-tech lawyer for Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley. Bruce is often heard on the Dr. Demento nationally syndicated radio show.
email Bruce at <BKerrLaw@aol.com>
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