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Song Parodies -> "The Attack Of The Giant Headhunters"

Original Song Title:

"The Return Of The Giant Hogweed"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"The Attack Of The Giant Headhunters"

Parody Written by:

Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

Turn And Run !
Nothing Can Stop Them !
Around The Woods & Forrests Their Anger Is Growing.
Kick Them Out !
We Must Destroy Them!
They Attacked New York City With Their Thick Airplane Tricks.

Bin Ladin Is Invincible.
He Is Responsable For The Horralble Battering.

Long Ago In The Desert Storm,
The First President Bush Helped Liberate Kuwait From The Iraq Invaders.
We Captured Saddam Hussien And Brought Back To Iraq
Osama Bin Laden Stirs, Seeking Revenge.
And He Did Not Forget.
He Came Home To Aghganistan.
And On September 11, We Were Attacked By Bin Laden In NYC.

Waste No Time!
They Are Approaching!
Hurry Now,We Must Protect Ourselves And Find Some Space.
Struck The Twin Towers!
They Hit The Pentagon!
They All Need A Payback From George W. Bush.

Still Bin Laden's Invincible.
Still Bin Laden's Responsable For The Horrable Battering.

George W. Bush Lives

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