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Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Good Charlotte

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

John Spoof

The Lyrics

This song has completed John Spoof's parody album off of "Good Charlotte's" the "Young & The Hopeless" album
Hey Saddam
I'm yelling at you
just to tell you to die on fire
It's been crazy
In your country
Trying to find the Iraqi
Who let the bombs go

Are you happy that you've made the world bad?
Do you think we'll find your sons?
Do you miss your little girl?
Whenever you torture someone
Do you have dreams at night?
America will give you a big fight?

You're not right
We'll fight

Terrorists flying planes into buildings each year
Why don't we fight them all instead of being here
Terrorists tried to break America
You broke a city, but not all of us
it's not OK,
We'll put up a fight
Terrorists think that they can hide in a cave
But those in other countries never will behave
We're searchin Iraq, Afghanista, and Indonesia
Now we're fighting to kill Al Qaeda and the Hussein regime

The days we spent in
the Tora Bora
Full of hate
Soldiers angry
Osama will die
One day in Kandahar
Think you can hide?
In a cave
We'll find ya
Maybe today


We find em
Saddam and Osama
Most wanted
We're out to get you


And sometimes
We find em
Saddam and Osama
Out ta get ya, out ta get ya, get ya
Get ya!

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