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Song Parodies -> "Red Army Is Gone"

Original Song Title:

"My City Was Gone"

Original Performer:

The Pretenders

Parody Song Title:

"Red Army Is Gone"

Parody Written by:

Susanna Viljanen

The Lyrics

I went to parade in Moscow
find the Red Army is gone
there were no battle tanks
there was no big baton
Armatas had disappeared
All the dreaded weapons
Red Army had been stripped down
Reduced to mere goose stepping
Ay, oh, way to go, Moscow

Well, I went back to Ukraine
But the Red Air Force was gone
I saw a lot of Mig wrecks
by missiles they were done
I was stunned and amazed
My childhood horrors all
Slowly swirled past
The Red Air Force sure did fall
Ay, hey, way to play, Ukraine

I went back to Black Sea
But the pretty Black Sea Fleet
Had been sunk in the depths
By the Neptune missiles, what a treat!
The Navy of Russia
Had been rendered into rusting wrecks
And black smoke filled the air
From "Moskva" to "Kuznetov"'s flight deck
Said, ay, ee, way to see, Black Sea

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