SNL Transcripts: Sen. John McCain: 10/19/02: McCain Sings Streisand



 Saturday Night Live Transcripts


  Season 28: Episode 3



02c: Sen. John McCain / The White Stripes

McCain Sings Streisand

…..Sen. John McCain

Announcer: He has served his country in the military.. the Congress.. and the Senate. Now, he serves America – with song:

Sen. John McCain: [ singing ]“Love, soft as an easy chair
Love, fresh as the morning airrr..”

Announcer: Sen. John McCain sings some of the most beautiful songs ever written:

Sen. John McCain: [ singing ]“People, people who need people
Are the luckiest people in the world.”

Announcer: All these songs and more, available on: McCain Sings Streisand.

[ show slide of CD, complete with cover photo of McCain wearing a Superman t-shirt ]

Sen. John McCain: I’ve been in politics for over 20 years. And for over 20 years, I’ve had Barbera Streisand trying to do my job. So I decided to try my hand at her job. Check out this classic:

“Memories, light the corners of my mind
Misty water-colored memories, of the way we were.”

Do I know how to sing? About as well as she knows how to govern America! Here’s another gem for ya:

“Papa, can you hear me?
Papa, can you see-ee-ee me-ee?”

Pretty annoying, huh? Now you know how I feel! My new CD is a must for all of Barbra Streisand’s fans, as well as log-cabin Republicans. And a special added bonus, just for Babs – a portion of all sales will be used to damage Alaskan wildlife preserves. So, order today!

“Nobody, but nobody’s gonna rain on myyyyyy parade!”

[ fade ]

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