After briefly hiding behind some shrubbery, Press Secretary Sean Spicer walks from the West Wing to answer reporters’ questions on the president’s abrupt firing of FBI director James Comey—with the understanding that the lights be turned off, and that no one film him. [Image via AP]

Last night, the artist known as Sean Spicer dropped a sneak peak of the emotional first single from his debut album, Stop Shaking Your Head! Enjoy.

Sean Spicer, “Just Turn the Lights Off”

[Verse 1]

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Between two hedges

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Darkness drifts

Around me, they wedge

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Fuck

[Chorus]

Just turn the lights off

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Turn the lights off

We’ll take care of this, yeah

Can you just turn that light off?

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[Verse 2]

It was all him, Rosenstein

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That’s correct—I mean, I can’t

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I guess I shouldn’t say that

Thank you for the help on that

[Pre-chorus]

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Yeah, Rosenstein, Rosenstein

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Obama didn’t mind him

Want to hear me scream?

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Ah-ah-ahhhh

[Chorus]

Just turn the lights off

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Turn the lights off

We’ll take care of this, yeah

Can you just turn that light off?

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[Repeat]

[Bridge]

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Was Sessions involved? (Ask the Department of Justice)

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Did the president talk to Rosenstein? (No, I don’t believe, I don’t know how that sequence went—I don’t know)

Was it part of a larger review? (Ask the Department of Justice)

What was the president’s role? (Again, I have to get back to you on the tick-tock)

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[Bridge 2]

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I don’t know, ooh

I don’t know

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I don’t know, ooh

I don’t know

[Chorus]

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Just turn the lights off

Turn the lights off

We’ll take care of this, oh yeah

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Can you just turn that light off?

[Outro]

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You asked me a question

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And that’s the answer

You asked me a question

And that’s the answer

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And that’s the answer

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And that’s the answer

These “lyrics” were adapted from a Washington Post article by Jenna Johnson detailing the White House staff’s response to Tuesday night’s firing of FBI director James Comey.