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Song Parodies -> "All My Lootin"

Original Song Title:

"All My Lovin"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"All My Lootin"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

close your eyes, please don't see me,
iraqi, and sneaky,
I hope that there's some things left for me
and while saddam's away,
I'll take everything today
I'll defend all my looting to you

I'll take things that I'm needing,
so sorry if you're bleeding,
but medicine is mine, not for you
and this freedom you brought us,
it wasnt me, no,not us
I defend all my looting from you

all my looting,
i'll defend to you
all my looting,
taking stuff from you

close your eyes, military,
baghdad is really scary,
so put that thing away, or I'll steal
and then while we wait hours,
for the next regime in power,
I defend all my looting from you


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