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Song Parodies -> "After The Bombing"

Original Song Title:

"After The Lovin'"

Original Performer:

Engelbert Humperdinck

Parody Song Title:

"After The Bombing"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

so we'll rebuild the streets, after the bombing,
with a full list of workers each day,
and we hope it's clear what his words,
that old georgie, he says..

it's so hard to explain, all the things that we're doin
laser guided, and smart bombs your way
when saddam is a memory then we'll laugh
and sing every day

thanks for showin me
the one way trip to saddam
and thanks for bringin me to his sons

so we rebuild your streets, after the bombing,
with a sewer and rain outlets too
but the basins for rain, arent as deep
cause your drought is way overdue

thanks for showin me
the one way trip to saddam
and thanks for bringin me to his sons

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