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Song Parodies -> "Fighting Regime"

Original Song Title:

"Living the Dream"

Original Performer:

Miller 64 Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"Fighting Regime"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The war in Syria continues with heavy fighting in Aleppo and in areas of Damascus. Syria operates Mil-24 and Mil-35 Hinds. For simplicity and to macth the 64 part of the OS I used the Mil-24 version although the pic at bottom shows the Mil-35 version.
We fire a missile from our half-tracks
Sure, we take out some tanks- a bunch
But a Mil Hind 24 that appears
Sure packs a mighty strong punch
It throws us all off balance
Its chain gun and missiles are strong
So here's to a Stinger who took out the killer and made it veer
into a Mosque
Killed Mil Hind 24
Killed Mil Hind 24
To war, triuph cheers, defeating our fears
Killed Mil Hind 24
http://cencio4.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/mi-35.jpg

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