A Fort Lauderdale Christmas Tune

          ………. a  “holiday song” 

                   


                                                ….. from Tim, and the
                                             
                                                    political overtones

                                   
                                    
sing to – Jolly Old Saint Nicholas

                                    
  Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, lean your ear this way
                                             don’t you tell a single soul, what I’m about to say
                                        Christmas Eve is coming soon, now you dear old man
                                           Whisper what you’ll bring to them, tell me if you can

                                      Mayor Jack wants peace and calm, Charlotte wants a change
                                      Romney’s on the learning curve, Bruce’s about the same
                                         Bobby’s got the hardest job, trying to fix the hood,
                                       I’m hoping that you’ll lend a hand, tell me if you could

                                       The condo folks want ocean views, others want no crime
                                      We all know what GG wants, a contract with more time
                                      For Genia and her syndicate, neighborhoods their cause,
                                  Pack your bag with lots of grants, dump ’em on their lawns

                                      Don’t forget the Cops and Fire, try and  make their day,
                                     please be special, very good, but short of Harry’s pay,
                                     And for the pundits like myself, Brittany, Earl and Deal,
                                     Help us keep the discourse fair, help our City heal!

              
                                             
  May your holidays be merry !  …….       Tim
                                     
                                    
                                     
                 
                                    
              &n
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