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Song Parodies -> "Bomb Like A Man"

Original Song Title:

"Walk Like A Man"

Original Performer:

The Four Seasons

Parody Song Title:

"Bomb Like A Man"

Parody Written by:

Kenton Ngo

The Lyrics

Good 'ol Shrub just got rid of Saddam (good) without international support (bad), he managed not to stop looting of important archaeological treasures (bad), and now he wants to bomb Syria (very bad). You get the idea.
We annihilated Saddam we are elated
Now let's bomb Damascus to bits
Bomb Syria, but not North Korea,
They simply don't matter anymore.
Dad told me...

Bomb like a man, much as you can
Bomb like a man, my son
On vic'try we'll surf, let's go bomb the earth
So bomb like a man, my son.

Now the earth's in pieces, the bombing just increases
Dying faster than 401(k)'s
Peaceniks are no more, we silenced them just for so
Now we can bomb Neptune away
So now we'll

Bomb like a man, fast as you can
Bomb like a man my son
Elections are no more, the Democrats are sore
So bomb like a man, my son.

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