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Song Parodies -> "Afghanistan"

Original Song Title:

"Lucky Man"

Original Performer:

Emerson Lake And Palmer

Parody Song Title:

"Afghanistan"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

as sung by a poor canadian soldier still out in the mountains looking for Osama
there were some horses,
and ladies, burkhas worn,
assholes and cavemen,
osama this was his world

ooh in afghanistan, he was
ooh in afghanistan, he was

chickens with feathers,
and rockpiles for beds
some straw for a matress,
at least I got laid

ooh in afghanistan, he was
ooh in afghanistan, he was

I came to fight here,
said Dubya, we'd win,
we'd catch Osama,
and kick his teeth in

ooh in afghanistan, he was
ooh in afghanistan, he was

but first we got saddam,
his kids fought and died,
his women, we take them ,
for fun every night

ooh in afghanistan, he was
ooh in afghanistan, he was

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stealmyheart - December 02, 2005 - Report this comment
Ohhhh. Sorry I never heard of the orginal so I didn't enjoy it... But GREAT EFFORT! :-)>=<

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