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Song Parodies -> "Arafat's Isle"

Original Song Title:

"Gilligan's Island"

Original Performer:

Theme Song

Parody Song Title:

"Arafat's Isle"

Parody Written by:

Leo

The Lyrics

US Secretary of State Colin Powell has recently tried to bring peace to the Mideast. Can he really succeed in his mission?
Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale
A tale about Powell's trip
He wanted to bring Mideast peace
He needed a few tips

Ariel Sharon was a stubborn man
Now jail them all he said
So to hunt down the terrorists
The tanks are rumbling in, tanks are rumbling in

But Arafat was just as tough
In his compound he's trapped
Says he'll keep fighting with his motley crew
More people will get killed, more people will get killed

So now he must bring peace to the troubled Holy Land
He must be nuts, oh yes I'm sure
You've seen the place, it can't be done
He needs some help
Now this is such a crazy land
Here in Arafat's Isle
Copyright 2002 by Leo.More rewrites atLeo's Song Parody Page

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