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Song Parodies -> "Al Queda Cell"

Original Song Title:

"Mission Bell"

Original Performer:

Donnie Brooks

Parody Song Title:

"Al Queda Cell"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

these guys are from an Al Queda cell (washed up?)
no, I bet they really smell (how bad)
worse than a day in hell, these guys you see

they're blowing up for martyrdom, (ka boom)
now we hope they're really gone (ka boom)
happy when they're all done, these guys, you see

blow up (uh huh)
in twos (uh huh)
they splatter like a pin'ata
all for home and hezbollah
want to sit with old Allah, these guys it's true

this game is kinda old
why do they do this stuff?
eternal life, I'm told
I hate these guys so much

their bits and pieces are all on the road(ooh yuk)
shovelled up, what a load (they suck)
in self destructive mode these guys you see

they're dumber than a donkey's ass (how nice)
and they realy got no class (how sweet)
bombs are wrapped around their ass
these guys, you see
these guys you see

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Pacing: 4.3
How Funny: 3.3
Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 3

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