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Song Parodies -> "Leavin on a Jet Plane - post 9/11"

Original Song Title:

"Leavin on a Jet Plane"

Original Performer:

John Denver

Parody Song Title:

"Leavin on a Jet Plane - post 9/11"

Parody Written by:

Steven Friedman

The Lyrics

Oh my head is sacked, I'm ready to go
The suit I wear is orange day-glo
The charges babe - I don't have a clue!
The dogs are barking, someone's grabbing my dong
Lyndie England's here, she's wearing a thong
I tell ya, babe she don't mean a thing!

So kick me and bridle me
Tell me that I never be free
Tell me of that place across the sea
Cause I'm a leavin on a jet plane
Who knows when I'll see home again
Leavin on a jet plane
I'm off to Guantanamo

There's so many guards to shove me around
I hold one live wire, the other's a ground
They tell me babe, I don't dare let go
They ask about the place I've been
What I know of Osadam Bin
I tell ya babe they don't have a clue!

So kick me and bridle me
Tape my eyes so I can't see
Tell me of the place I'm going to go
Cause I'm a leavin on a jet plane
Who knows if I'll be back again
Leavin on a jet plane
I'm off to Guantanamo.
Original twisted humor bySteven Friedman

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