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Song Parodies -> "I'm The Only Afghani Jew"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Corky and the Juice Pigs

Parody Song Title:

"I'm The Only Afghani Jew"

Parody Written by:

Hu's On First

The Lyrics

Based on the true story of Zablon Simintov.
I'm the only Afghani Jew
I'm the only one, it's true
I'm the only Afghani Jew
Still around

I heard next door in Pakistan, they caught Bin Laden
But I'm just worried cause my lox has all gone rotten
I'm the only Afghani Jew
Still around

Well...My best friend Ahmed Rahmed, he and I ride camels
But at the same time I can't eat both milk and meat from mammals
I'm the only Afghani Jew
Still around

Folks here don't eat pork, and neither do I
But when I wear my tefillin, I get quizzical eyes
I'm the only Afghani Jew
Still around

And the klezmers play now.

Sometimes being lonely is a little bit fun
When I go to synagogue, I'm a minyan of one
Minyan of one

I'm the only Afghani Jew
Why would I tell lies to you?
I'm the only Afghani Jew
Still around

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