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Song Parodies -> "I Need A Grenade[to Destroy Only Bad Ppl In Iraq]"

Original Song Title:

"Bad Day"

Original Performer:

Daniel Powter

Parody Song Title:

"I Need A Grenade[to Destroy Only Bad Ppl In Iraq]"

Parody Written by:

Rupert Carpio

The Lyrics

Where are my nuclear bombs when I need them most?
So once and for all Iraq will be toast!!!!!!
Will the u.s be ok?
I need Gatorade and a grenade
So I can blow up Iraq

The Iraq dude punched me hard in the nose
Thought I was dead when I had my eyes closed
Iraq dudes ruling u.s is not right
The fights gonna last all day and night.
I really wanna blow up Iraq!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So I'll need a grenade
Cuz I might be down
If the Iraqi dudes blow up the town
So I'll need a grenade
To blow up some looters
Ant the iraq's that blew up hooters
So I'll need a grenade
So they can be dead
So I can retire and watch football in bed
So I'll need a grenade
I'll need a grenade to destroy bad ppl in iraq
Tell em bad Iraq's that I'm taller than shaq

Gimme a grenade! Gimme a grenade
2006 copyright rupert carpio parodies. Don't copy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

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