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Song Parodies -> "Ballad Of Saddam"

Original Song Title:

"Ballad of Palladin"

Original Performer:

Theme Song

Parody Song Title:

"Ballad Of Saddam"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

BALLAD OF SADDAM - Sing to the tune of the Ballad ofPaladin (Have Gun Will Travel) US TV Western 1958 -1963 starring Richard Boone
Saddam and sons tell us where do you roam
You must hide forever and you can't go home

Have come from Babil reads the card of a man
We stripped his armor and tamed his savage land
His vast throng of thugs scattered to the four winds
He has met his misfortune, so now he pays his sins

Saddam and sons tell us where do you roam
You must hide forever and you can't go home

He runs and hides to where ever he must
And his evil regime has just bit the dust
There are hellfire legions that his henchmen fear
Of the man with the plan of war that kicked his rear

Saddam and sons tell us where do you roam
Or did the JDAMS make you die at home

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