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Song Parodies -> "Being For The Benefit Of The Shi'ites"

Original Song Title:

"Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Being For The Benefit Of The Shi'ites"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

for the benefit of the Shi"ites, there will be a strike tonight
like a trampoline
the tomahawks are there, and saddam's scared,
oh what a scene..
with his men on camels, hoops and garters,
we will turn his empire into fire..
in this way, tony blair will challenge the world
the celebrated Mr Blair,
is standing firm beside us there, a tSaddam's gate
the firing line is ours this time, so don't be late
Mr Colin powell swears our troops and tanks are second to none
and saddam hussein, very soon, will leave the world

the barrage begins at ten-oh-six,
to watch the tube,
wolf blitzer stands in old kuwait, so catch the news and don't be late
for the word....
having been some years in preparation, a splendid time is sure to be had by all
and them shi'ite tribes will rule their world..

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