Bill Clinton to put out CD compilation – "Music for blubbers only"

Everybody’s favorite graphite zipper test pilot and pudgy intern tickle-fighter, Bill Clinton, has put together a compilation of some of his favorite songs. The CD will be on sale in about a month at all Costco and Hooters.

Flipping around the radio this morning, I heard a lot of good suggestions for Bubba, mostly of what songs not to include on the album. Songs like Pink Floyd’s “Have a Cigar”, “Come on Eileen” by Dexy’s Midnight Runners, or anything from Zeppelin’s “In through the out door” album should be avoided, according to the folks on The Bob and Tom Show.

I suppose even Linda Ronstadt’s “Blue Bayou” should be avoided, since it could accidentally end up on the album as “Blew by you” due to phonetically inclined producers with a sense of humor.

Bill should play his own music. He’s a capable sax player– he wouldn’t have been made an honorary “5th member of ‘Staind‘” if he weren’t.

Ted Nugent’s “Dog Eat Dog” will not be on the album


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