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Song Parodies -> "Enlist For A Good Time, (not A Long Time)"

Original Song Title:

"Here For A Good Time ( Not A Long Time)"

Original Performer:

Trooper

Parody Song Title:

"Enlist For A Good Time, (not A Long Time)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

the U.S. army enlists on a shorter basis to bring up the number of troops. ok you got me for a day...can I shoot a gun?
a very good friend of mine, showed me something the other day
I'd like to tell it all to you, I thought it couldn't be true

it said enlist for a good time, not a long time
six months at a time, hunt alqueda swine,
reduce your time every day

and the fun you're finding, in Iraqi cities
suicides are blinding,
ooh, isn't that a pity?
and every week, you'll learn iraqi speak
every now and then you gotta duck..

it said enlist for a good time, not a long time
six months at a time, hunt alqueda swine,
reduce your time every day

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