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Song Parodies -> "Ah-nuld the Austrian"

Original Song Title:

"Ahab the Arab"

Original Performer:

Ray Stevens

Parody Song Title:

"Ah-nuld the Austrian"

Parody Written by:

Jack Wilson

The Lyrics

My first Ah-nuld parody!
Let me tell ya bout Ah-nuld the Austrian
Who played the Terminator
He's got lots of movies on is resume
And millions of bucks in his hand
He's probably got em all wrapped aroundh is bed
And a bodyguard by his side
And every evening about midnight
He calls his limo driver , Clyde
For a ride

To the movie premiere
For his new movie
With his wife Maria
He's played the Terminator three times
Did "Total Recall"
And "Conan the Barbarian"
In his underwear
And also "Kindergarten Cop"
As he walked out of the limo
His voice would cut
Through all the sounds of the clicking cameras, and he'd say
(imitate Arabian speech as Ah-nuld would do it)
Which is Ah-nuld talk for "Hello, fans"
And the fans would say
( imitate camel voice )
Which is Ah-nuld fan for "We love you, Arnold!"


His fans were all bought to a screeching halt
At the rear of the movie theatre
As the movie started playing, into there they went
Then they saw Ah-nuld
Playing the Terminator
Termintaing people, and when it was over
There was millions of bucks on his toes ho ho

All the fans were walking out of the movie
With popcorn, and a coke
And Junior Mints, and an Icee
And Milk Duds, a Snickers
Three Reese's peanut butter cups
And sipping on classic Coca Cola
Giving Ah-nuld autographs
Watching a screening of scenes of his movies
While Ah-nuld and Maria were getting pictures taken
And walked back into the limo
Then Ah-nuld said
( imitate Ah-nuld talking gibberish )
Which is Ah-nuld for
"Hasta la vista baby"
Then she looked him
Elbowed his arm
The she said
(coy, girlish laugh) "Crazy baby".

'Round and around and around and around

Just then the box office results came in
Ah-nuld knew his film was hit
Then the came the moment he realized
The Califronian government needed a surprise
"Ill run for governor " said Arnold
Intending to get a vote
In his head, he just knew it
And to California they went
Rode with Clyde , in the limo
To the airport
With Ah-nulds whole army and millions of bucks
In a big suitcase
To make a long story short, he decided to run
Cause there wasn't that much time
Till the new elections
And he got started
Cause he was the biggest the star ever
Then the elections came
Collected all the ballots and he was the winner
Yeah and that's the story' bout Ah-nuld the Austarian
Who played the Terminator
Ah-nuld the Austrian
The new governor of Californa

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Michael Pacholek - November 07, 2003 - Report this comment
This stinks almost as much as "The Last Action Hero." You should have terminated this parody before you posted it.
The Great Karlando - November 08, 2003 - Report this comment
Yeah, i gotta agree with Mike. Dude...A-rab...Au-stri-an...notice the syllable differences? Kinda doesn't work. Neat idea though...just not a real good parody.

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