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Song Parodies -> "Clone Soldiers"

Original Song Title:

"Sky Pilot"

Original Performer:

Eric Burden & the Animals

Parody Song Title:

"Clone Soldiers"

Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

This one was an obvious choice. Surprised I didn't think of it earlier.
I count all the troops who come off the line
Their numbers increase, and their DNA is mine
I'll manufacture all that I can
They'll all play a part in my World Conquest Plan

Clone soldiers! Clone soldiers!
Watch them multiply
He'll make more, make more, make more
If they die

I smile at my soldiers, they've turned out all right
They're bred without fear, and they know how to fight
Soon there'll be war, and the world will be mine
It gives me a feeling of power divine

Mad Doctor! Mad Doctor!
Your sinister goal
Watch out! Watch out! Watch out!
For your soul*

I shout the command, "Deploy to the right"!
Their bayonets gleam in the full-moon light
They throw down their guns, refusing to fight
Defying my orders, there's a party tonight

Clone soldiers! Clone soldiers!
With minds of their own
They left you, left you, left you
All alone!

(Two or three minutes of disco music or light jazz mingled with sound effects of muffled women's voices, ice tinkling in glasses, feet on a dance floor, etc)

In the morning they return with red, bloodshot eyes
Booze and perfume drift up to the skies
A young soldier, so ill, pukes on the Mad Doctor
Remember last night? Don't think he will.

Mad Doctor! Bad Doctor!
Your scheme has been blown
You'll never, never, never
Reach that throne

Clone soldiers! Clone soldiers!
Heard somewhere before
"Let's make love, make love, make love,
Don't make war!"

* What does it profit a man if he should gain the whole world, yet lose his soul? Doesn't mean he "will" lose his soul, just that having one is more important than the other. I don't see that it precludes him having both. And that is my sermon for the day. And justification to keep writing cloning stories.

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AFW - June 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Creative concept...very well done
Andy Primus - June 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Great idea - I like off the wall concepts. Nothing to do with your story, but I kept thinking of the Terracotta Army.
Patrick - June 07, 2011 - Report this comment
I saw a PBS story about the Chinese terracotta soldiers. Apparently the craftsmen gave each one individual facial features. My first parody on this site was about cloning an army. I haven't heard "Sky Pilot" in years, but the first verse popped into my head last week. Seemed like a natural. Glad you liked it.
John Barry - June 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Keep on cloning.
WarrenB - June 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Sucker for a clone parody, I am. Good story.
Randy Hearn - March 08, 2012 - Report this comment
Pretty good!

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