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Original Song Title:

"Springtime for Hitler"

Original Performer:

The Producers

Parody Song Title:

"Springtime for Patrick"

Parody Written by:

Red Rebel

The Lyrics

Patrick Zala, to be precise!
ZAFT was having trouble, what a sad, sad story
Needed a new leader to restore its former glory
Where, oh, where was he? Where could that man be?
We looked around and then we found the man for you and me
And now it's...

Springtime for Patrick and ZAFT
The PLANTs are happy and gay
We're marching amid whoops and hoots
Look out, here come our mobile suits

Springtime for Patrick and ZAFT
ZuOOTs in Alaska and France
Springtime for Patrick and ZAFT
Come on, CGUEs, go into your dance

Male Coordinator:
I was born in Julius and that is why they call me "Coolius"
Female Coordinator:
Don't be stupid, be a smarty, come and join the radical party

Springtime for Patrick and ZAFT
(Railgun fires twice)
Goose-step's the new step today
(Assault machine gun fires)
N-Jammers falling from the skies again
(N-Jammer falls and activates)
Zodiac is on the rise again

Springtime for Patrick and ZAFT
Frigates are cruising once more
Well! Talk about bad taste!
Springtime for Patrick and ZAFT
Means...that...soon we'll be going...
We've got to be going...
You know we'll be going to...WAR!
ROTFLOL! Oh this is great! I love Gundam SEED!

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