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article imageBob Rae sings 'Stephen Harper: He Prorogues' at fund event

By Andrew Moran     Jan 24, 2010 in Politics
Member of Parliament Bob Rae sang at the Liberal Party of Canada's Victory Fund Bash on Thursday in a mockery of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's piano performance of he Beatles' tune "Let It Be."
On Thursday, Liberal Member of Parliament Bob Rae sang a song about prorogation to the Beatles’ tune “Let it be” at the Liberal Party of Canada’s Victory Fund Bash at the Royal York Hotel in downtown Toronto, according to the National Post.
However, reports CBC News, he just didn’t sing the famous Beatles song like Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper did. Rae sang a song called “Stephen Harper: He Prorogues” about his decision to suspend government until March 3.
Rae, with a large crowd gathering around the piano, included such lyrics as “whenever he’s in trouble… just prorogue” and “he hears a nasty voice inside him… just prorogue.”
In October, the Prime Minister made an appearance at the National Arts Centre gala and sang the old Beatles song with Yo Yo Ma accompanying him in the background.
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