WASHINGTON DC –
A 1970’s classic rock anthem from deceased singer-songwriter Warren Zevon was given a new lease on life Thursday in the nation’s capital when it was played repeatedly for over four hours at an unusually loud volume in the West Wing of the White House.
The song, which contains lyrics such as “I went home with the waitress, the way I always do – how was I to know, she was with the Russians, too?” was apparently on autoplay-repeat for the better part of the evening, and could be heard from as far away as the Lincoln Memorial.
The party responsible for listening to the song over and over was undetermined as of press time, however, sources report that the volume knob on the stereo was definitely turned up to eleven – and a familiar voice was heard singing along with the lines: “I’m hiding in Honduras, I’m a desperate man. Send lawyers, guns, and money – The shit has hit the fan.”
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