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Song Parodies -> "This One's For Al-queda"

Original Song Title:

"Sweet Home Alabama"

Original Performer:

Lynrd Skynrd

Parody Song Title:

"This One's For Al-queda"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

b-10's keep on flyin..
carryin loads once again
headin down to tora bora
kill those bastards once again

well I heard George Bush talk about him
and I heard old Colin put em' down
well I hope Bill Tong will remember
the texan man don't need him around anyhow

(chorus)
this one's for al-queda
laser guide just for you
this one's for osama.
uncle sam has come for you

In afghanistan, they love the pashtoon
boo hoo hoo. but they all loved osama too
collateral damage does not bother me
does your country like what we do??now tell me true
(chorus)

now b18's have got the daisy
they'v been known to kill a guy or two
lord they blow you up so much
the biggest piece is inch by two..

(chorus)

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