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Song Parodies -> "Dead of Alive (Osama version)"

Original Song Title:

"Dead or Alive"

Original Performer:

Bon Jovi

Parody Song Title:

"Dead of Alive (Osama version)"

Parody Written by:

Bradley

The Lyrics

Osama, we be comin for you
Everyday it seems we're preaching away
Another place where the Kalishnokovs are so cold
I'd walk all night just to get back home

I'm a terrorist, in a cold cave i live
I'm wanted dead or alive
Wanted dead or alive
Sometimes I get bombed, sometimes everyday
And the people I meet always go their secret ways
Sometimes you tell the day
By the type of Bomber that flies over
And times when you're all alone all you do is think

I walk these caves with my hunched over back
I play for keeps, 'cause I'm not taking any slack
I got spies everywhere, still I'm standing tall
I've seen a million faces an I've tried to kill them all

I'm a terrorist, on a mule I ride
I'm wanted dead or alive
I'm a terrorist, I got idiots on my side

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