Mikhail Saakashvili is asked to clear off from presidency of Georgia, and not to wave bludgeons frightening with Russia. It is a song with a slogan popular in Russia “Come on, goodbye” dedicated to Saakashvili.
On the video, a group of men is sitting at the dinner table in front of the TV, and adressing themselves to the TV image of the Georgian leader, the audience are singing by turn the verses in Georgian with the Russian refrain “Misha, come on, goodbye". “Misha, you are having your head in the clouds, dispersing the people with bludgeons, get away! You make people shout: Misha! You are telling nonsense, we'll take you away with the chair! Stop digging our graves, we are tired of you,” the song sings.