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Song Parodies -> "Terror Strikes"

Original Song Title:

"Lightning Strikes"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Ozzy Osbourne

Parody Song Title:

"Terror Strikes"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

Apparently my name and/or address must be similar to that of some high ranking executive at the Al-Jazeera Network somewhere because no more than a few hours after those pointless, senseless, brutally inhuman acts of terror in London did I receive (via donkey mail) a cassette with this audio message from Osama bin Laden, the REAL Prince of Darkness.

(This parody isn't meant to be particularly humorous, just enough to pass as satire, so if you think it deserves a 1 for funny; go ahead).
Wounding Christians, Yes I'm at it again!
Terror's striking, Yes on me you can depend!
You think that terror never strikes the same reign twice?
Blair and Dubya; Sit and watch the event!

You know I'm still not prisoner
I'm back, hear my call
You'll hear my cheer and crowing
When Londoners fall
Until I feel that bullet shattering my brain
I won't stop

Plotting all night, plotting all night
Until my terror strikes again
Plotting all night, plotting all night
Until my terror strikes again

Tell Bush Mama, that he's gonna be late
He'll watch in horror, I've just been plotting all night
More terror strikes, behold you'll se the Tower fall
Blair's besotted, a puppet of his might

I'm not apologizing
Allah's is the law
I'll claime; No compromising
I ain't gonna thaw
It's the Saracen venom boiling in my veins
I won't stop

Plotting all night, plotting all night
Until my terror strikes again
Plotting all night, plotting all night
Until my terror strikes again

Hell No! Ain't lost control
Here I come, it's time for a new toll
Oh Yeah, Dubya!

Big Satan's men are scheming
But it's all in vain
In my head war is steaming
You think I'm insane?
If you don't stop to listen you'll be blown up too
I won't stop

Plotting all night, plotting all night
Until my terror strikes again
Plotting all night, plotting all night
Until my terror strikes again
Etc

Ad Mortem
(Sooner rather than later, I hope)
© Peter Andersson.

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Peter Andersson himself making an observation - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Google Ad #1: Words of the Almighty God.
Google Ad #3: Horror.com.

There are forces working in mysterious ways here! =8-()
Peter Andersson himself making a second observaton - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Ahem... apparently that single comment was enough input to change the Google ad to one about toilet paper!

I fear to try to interpret what (insert deity of your choice here) is trying to tell me!
Phil Alexander - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Don'tcha just love them google ads? Loved the intro, too... though I'd be very surprised if Al Jazeera really did have someone whose name could be confused with "Peter Andersson" :-)
Red Ant - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
You're saying you got an audio via e-mail with this on it? Bizarre. I substituted well written on this one.
Paul Robinson - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
DKTOS, but I wanted to see what this was about. That audio cassette thing...must have been surreal to listen to that crap...straight from the horse's ass's mouth. I just wish we had an intelligent, coherent plan or strategy for dealing with these maniacs...instead we've got a feckless, dissembling politico who just seems to think that the only thing that really matters is how he can spin events to mollify/con American Public Opinion...that's not "fighting terrorism"...all that is...is "pitiful and pathetic". I just wish we could have some honest candor about the situation...minus all the lame excuses and explanations...I don't want to hear any more "the dog ate my anti-terrorism strategy" bs...inadequate planning was done, it should be acknowledged...so the issue can be placed behind us...so we can move forward towards DEALING WITH THIS IN AN EFFECTIVE, RATIONAL MANNER...is that too much to freaking ask of the leadership of the most powerful country on this planet? Real people's lives are being dithered away with foolishness and posturing. Do we have enough troops for what we are trying to do? If we don't, do you have a plan to correct that? Do they have proper equipment, arms, food, etc. to maximize their survival prospects? If not, DAMMIT, GET WHAT THEY NEED! Will we be able to marshall real international support if we start dealing with reality as opposed to neo-con wet dream fantasies? We need to, because these guys are for real...they ARE nuts, they do want to harm us...and people who want to support us, but who are aghast at our inconsistent, shifting rationale and lack of credible, consistent, coherent policy are waiting for something they can rationally buy into. The support is there...but at this point there are steps that must be taken to gather and garner it...lies will not unite...sorry about the rant...it appears I am a little frustrated, doesn't it...cork came out of the bottle, I guess...
Peter Andersson - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Phil: Thanx. As for my name, I’ve heard those guys read from right to left so it’s not Peter Andersson they’ve mistaken me for, it’s Nossredna Retep. :-)

Red Ant: No, I was saying I got it on cassette via Donkey Mail (as opposed to Snail Mail), but thanx. :-)

Paul: Rant along as much as you like, I’m learning new words and expressions for every second line here... :-)
Adagio - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
The acts of terror this time were in London, not America. So Tony Blair is in charge of that and Bush has nothing to do with it.
Judge Tupo's Korrectional Institute - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Adagio: Usama bin Laden and his (censored) men goes after anyone they consider a "crusader". I do mention London in this parody, but both Bush and Blair and more than 10 other World leaders was at the G8 meeting in Scotland which this attack was more than just probably timed with. (So they let both British and American analysts say on the news here anyway).
Awards Committee - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
The winner of today's Amazingly Stupid Statement (A.S.S.) award is... "The acts of terror this time were in London, not America. So Tony Blair is in charge of that and Bush has nothing to do with it." CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER!
Paul Robinson - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
ATTN: "Awards Committee" - that's kind of gratuitous and uncalled for. I don't think insulting people is the right way to get them to reconsider their positions. I don't happen to like what Mr. Bush has done and the direction he has taken us. At times this causes me to personalize my remarks, but that distracts from the real issue of competence, or lack thereof - which IS really what my above remarks are about. If he could somehow make the situation really work I'd be pleased, even though he would still not be on my Holiday Card list...the current "strategy", in my considered opinion, is not based on anything more than wishful thinking and poorly thought out ideological fantasies - and has virtually no chance of being effective, and THAT, in my opinion, is where the problem lies. My concern right now is to work on fashioning my arguments so that those who disagree but still have an open mind will examine the issues more carefully and perhaps come to a different conclusion after they have done that...that can't happen if I have just kicked them in the butt and thumbed my nose at them. I'd rather communicate the logic I'm using than thrust my end conclusion on them...if they follow it through they can point out where they think I'm wrong.
Peter Andersson - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Awards Committee and Paul: I'll prefer to think that she (Adagio) saw the title, read the parody a bit hasty and still wanted to comment on it, I don't think she's an Ozzy fan or into his kind of music, even her name kinda gives that away, so let's give the lady the benefit of the doubt, OK?
Paul Robinson - July 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Peter, I had hoped that was my last point...perhaps I did not make it well...Adagio is entitled to her opinion and there was no need for "Awards" to throw that dig in at her. I disagree with her about Mr. Bush in many ways. We will probably continue to disagree about him. I have been trying not to make my remarks about him personal...but I will continue to criticize what I perceive as poor performance and negligence when I see it. The President is, after all, an EMPLOYEE of the United States Government, sworn by oath to "Preserve, Protect and Defend the Constitution", I believe...he should therefore be obligated to try an act diligently and honorably in the best interests of ALL the citizens of this country. I do not believe that he has been doing so...what else can I say? If this offends anyone, I cannot help that, it is a point of view I have come by honestly by observing and then applying logic to reach a basic conclusion and then extending out my thought in the direction that logic leads me...I cannot make "2+2 = 5"...I will not say that I can. (Yes, Phil could probably explain to me how it could be done using a different base...lol)...
Amanda - July 25, 2010 - Report this comment
A 1 for funny? This parody? No way! (Unintentional humor can actually be great.)

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