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Song Parodies -> "Adolf in Disguise"

Original Song Title:

"Judy in Disguise"

Original Performer:

John Fred and the Playboy Band

Parody Song Title:

"Adolf in Disguise"

Parody Written by:

Trojan Cat

The Lyrics

Oops! I almost forgot it's Hitler's birthday. Here's a fitting tribute.Picture a recording by Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters.
Adolf in disguise - that's what you are -
Haussenpfeffer pies and a bullet proof car!
Chill out tonight, we're comin' tonight,
Adolf in disguise - with a moustache!

Keep flyin' your swastika -wear your iron cross.
Your struttin' goose step makes 'em think you're boss!
Chill out tonight, we're comin' tonight,
Adolf in disguise - with a moustache!

Surrennder tonight? Surrender tonight - nuts!!
We're takin' everything in sight.
The Nazis can go fly a kite!

Adolf in the bunker, what are you hidin' from?
A circus of killer clowns - that's where you're comin' from!
You made Germany a pile of trash.
I think I'll shave off that moustache!

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