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Song Parodies -> "Israel Castrates Germany"

Original Song Title:

"Book of Love"

Original Performer:

Fleetwood Mac

Parody Song Title:

"Israel Castrates Germany"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Germany: Israel, why don't you just give back the land to the Palestinians?Israel: THAT'S IT! (Israel grabs a knife and does the deed).
(Intro Music).
Rest of Europe: Oh no, oh-uh-oh!

Ger: I lie here recalling all of my glory days,
Now he's sliced me apart!
I had to give advice, that just was not wise.
Now he's sliced me apart!

Just tell me what am I going to do?
Gonna be limp like a fool.....
ROE: Ha....ha....ha-aaaaah!
Ger: Japan will not be my girl, not with potent countries in the world...
Just tell me what am I going to do?
Gonna be limp like a fool!

(Music Break).

ROE: Oh-no, woe-woeeeeee......

Ger: Will some country, help me....I am sick of being soft!
My manhood is cut off!
U.N. reason with Israel please.
My manhood is cut off!

(Repeat chorus twice, then end).

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