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Song Parodies -> "Osama bin Laden"

Original Song Title:

"Hakuna Matata"

Original Performer:

The geeks from 'The Lion King'

Parody Song Title:

"Osama bin Laden"

Parody Written by:

Composer-Conductor

The Lyrics

Osama bin Laden
What a terrible name
Osama bin Laden
Is a man who's crazed

It means submission
To fear for all your days
He's the problematic philanthropist
Osama bin Laden!

Why, when he was a teenage man
He found he as better off fighting the Soviets
He joined the mujahideen to fight in the hills
Blood from those he had killed, to stay with his skin
And it hurt that his family brushed off him
An oh, the shame
Upon their names!
Such that they changed their names
And they felt disgusted

Osama bin Laden!
What a terrible name
Osama bin Laden!
He's a man who's crazed
It means submission
To fear for all your days
It's that problematic
Philanthropist...
Osama bin Laden!

Osama bin Laden!
(repeat)

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