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Song Parodies -> "‘Springtime’, A Big Myth"

Original Song Title:

"Springtime for Hitler"

Original Performer:

Mel Brooks

Parody Song Title:

"‘Springtime’, A Big Myth"

Parody Written by:

Burl Esk & Burl Ires

The Lyrics

Araby, always in trouble
The sands were so gory
But was something truly new in store
Nope, same old story

Shitcanned was Hosni
Saddam, Kaddafi
On Tahrir ground
Folks milled around
Up then down was Morsi
The truth is

Springtime, a big myth in Araby
Democracy there, no way!
Dreamers started to masturbate
Egypt got worse than Nasser fate

Springtime, a big myth in Araby
Some were deluded, entranced
Springtime, a big myth in Araby
Just more vermin, and boils were not lanced

Constant war with tribal hordes
No change there since century 4
Many leaders gave their hearty
Support to the Nazi party
During the big war with Germany
Goosestep-burnoose-hep cadre

Democracy on rise, Yemen
Libya’s tyrant dies, but then…

Springtime, A Big Myth In Araby
Doomed, hopeless place full of gore
Springtime, A Big Myth In Araby

Down demonstrators mowing
There I’m never going
It’s a hopeless and festering sore

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