Click here to listen to an audio link from Sveriges Radio. About 19 minutes into the broadcast you can listen to Pet Shop Boys' brand-new single "I'm With Stupid" from their forthcoming new album "Fundamental." The group earlier explained that the song is inspired by the relationship between Tony Blair and George Bush. Full of his graceful wit, Neil Tennant sings, "Call you every day/ Fly across the ocean/ Just to let you get your way/ No one understands me/ Where I'm coming from/ Why would I be with someone/ Who's obviously so dumb?"
The song also has a gay theme with the Pet Shop Boys describing the relationship between the two leaders in a more intimate way, "I have to ask myself like any lover might/ Have
you made a fool of me?/ Are you not Mr Right?.../ Is stupid really
stupid or are you really smart?/ That's how you stole my heart." Read all the lyrics here. Listen to it on Sveriges Radio now. It's good. Really good. (Thanks to Thomas for the heads up!) [source]
Stream Pet Shop Boys "I'm With Stupid" (19 mins in)