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Song Parodies -> "Twistin' in the Wind"

Original Song Title:

"Blowin' in the Wind"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bob Dylan

Parody Song Title:

"Twistin' in the Wind"

Parody Written by:

Clifton Palmer McLendon

The Lyrics

An answer to all the tratorious songs inflicted upon us during the Vietnam War by all the as-yet-unhanged traitors.
How many times must we watch treason done
And see traitors praised for their crime?
Oh, and how many times must we hear peaceniks chant
Some anti-American rhyme?
Yes, and how many times will our Flag be besmirched
And downtrodden into the grime?
The answer is plain: 'Til patriots reign -
We'll suffer 'til patriots reign.

What about Jane Fonda, and Joan Baez,
Pete Seeger, and Tom and Dicky Smothers,
Peter Paul & Mary, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin,
Bob Dylan, the Berrigan Brothers,
The SDS, Mario Savio,
The Weathermen, and all of the others?
The answer, my friend, is twistin' in the wind -
Their corpses should be twistin' in the wind!

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