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Song Parodies -> "Wild Colonial Boy"

Original Song Title:

"Wild Colonial Boy"

Original Performer:

Cold Chisel

Parody Song Title:

"Wild Colonial Boy"

Parody Written by:

Billy The (Aussie) Kid

The Lyrics

I am a wild colonial boy
My name you'll never see
My land is ruled by Americans
And money foriegn to me

I do not sit in judgement
That role's not meant for me
I just crave the silence
Oh just let me be!

I'm in love!
And it don't matter
'cause you take everything from me
And I long to be alone
And there's more like me
Ignoring the end of your show

And when they need our help
They pay us off in lies
Well I grab my VB
And aim right between their eyes
Right between their eyes

And when I smile
They crawl around
To condesending to think of me
And when I sin
It's no longer the lord
Who will cash it in

I am a wild colonial boy
My name you'll never see
I breathe the hunger you treat
Like a childs toy
Well, there we go. Hopefully no lunatics (which I know there are a lot of in the USA) will take too much offense to this. Have a good one, I hope you all had a happy christmas and have a great, safe and prosperous new year.

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