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Song Parodies -> "Growin' in Berlin"

Original Song Title:

"Blowin' in the Wind"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bob Dylan

Parody Song Title:

"Growin' in Berlin"

Parody Written by:

Porfle Popnecker

The Lyrics

How many schemes will the Fuhrer hatch
Before his madness is banned?
How many oddball experiments
In hopes to gain upper hand?
And how many mutants his lab boys devise
A giant moose as the plan?

The antlers, my friend, are growin' in Berlin
The antlers are growin' in Berlin.

How many times can a moose be enlarged
Before it can no longer stand?
How many added accessories
Like sidecars, so it can be manned?
And how many missiles can one moose deploy
To explode what is not Vaterland?

The antlers, my friend, are growin' in Berlin
The antlers are growin' in Berlin.

How many ways must our science find
To shrink a giant moose?
And how many days must Moose-Hulks reign
Till they are no more on the loose?
And must we create even more giant meese
To counterattack their abuse?

The antlers, my friend, are growin' in Berlin
The antlers are growin' in Berlin.

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Patrick - January 04, 2012 - Report this comment
These lyrics make almost as much sense as a lot of Dylan's.
Glen S - January 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Haha, two moose make one meese. Fun parody Porf. Did the moose handlers responsible get sacked?
Porfle Popnecker - January 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Yes, but the moose handlers they got to replaced the ones who got sacked, got sacked. Thanks for the comments!
Glen S - January 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Welcome. Also the ones responsible for sacking the ones who replaced the ones who got sacked, have been sacked. The remaining parody was assembled hastily oversees at triple-budget... That was a fun movie.
Porfle Popnecker - January 04, 2012 - Report this comment
I liked the part about the Trojan Moose.
Rob Arndt - January 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Nice- 555!!! As for animals during WW2 there are so many stories of the bizarre. Germany and Britain started with the 1940 Peregrine Falcon vs the Nazi spy pigeons, then there were the Russian and German dog mines. Russians killed theirs with a trip lever, the German dogs only placed charges and came back (many won the Iron Cross)! The Germans used White Shepherds in Tunisia as sniper scouts! Oskar the cat survived Bismarck sinking to be put aboard two British vessels that were sunk by U-boat; after that, they transferred him to land! Germans used elephants for moving artillery and military vehicles in Berlin. US had bat-bomb design and pigeon homing missile! US and Britain both air-dropped dogs! Japanese dropped plague rats over China. And both Italy and Germans had armored horse protoypes. Italy had theirs pre-war- the Iron Dobbin. Germans gave theirs up for an airborne scooter instead! And lastly there was the Donkeyfaust: http://woldfitness.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/donkeyfaust-demotivator.jpg
Porfle Popnecker - January 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks Rob, I had a feeling you'd know some good WWII animal stories!

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