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Song Parodies -> "World War II Fight (Extended Version)"

Original Song Title:

"Super Fun Night TV Theme Song"

Original Performer:

Super Fun Night TV Show

Parody Song Title:

"World War II Fight (Extended Version)"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The TV show song is derived from part of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."
Can't Stop Him Now
Blitzkrieg and committing war crimes (War crimes)
German wrecking ball (World War II fight)
Murder most foul (SS committing war crimes)
Six years until the Reich falls (World War II fight)
World War II fight
World War II fight

Allied bombs- POW!!!
Strain on production lines (Nein! Nein!)
Offenses stalled (World War II fight)
Katyushas howl (Falling back from the Red swine)
Berlin, Hitler takes a fall (World War II fight)

[End- VJ-Day May 8, 1945]

Year Zero plight
Year Zero plight

[Wunder waffen still in the pipe... line]

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Total Votes: 6

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