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Song Parodies -> "Tuesday Bloody Tuesday"

Original Song Title:

"Sunday Bloody Sunday"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

U2

Parody Song Title:

"Tuesday Bloody Tuesday"

Parody Written by:

Susan

The Lyrics

I can't believe the news today
Terrorist hijacks, Twin Towers blown away
More planes gone, then one hit the Pentagon
How wrong, how wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong
Unite. We must stand as one and fight.
Broken buildings cover city streets.
Missing persons lost in rubble heaps.
Rescue efforts touch our hearts.
Men, women, children, entire nations torn apart.
Tuesday, bloody Tuesday.
Tuesday, bloody Tuesday.
Tuesday, bloody Tuesday.
Tuesday, bloody Tuesday.
And we thought we are immune.
Which facts are fiction?
Is TV reality?
And today the planet cries
We need to think, so no more innocent die.
The holy battle yet begun.
(Tuesday, bloody Tuesday)
To claim the victory, America has won.
(Tuesday, bloody Tuesday)

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Pacing: 3.4
How Funny: 1.7
Overall Rating: 3.8

Total Votes: 18

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