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Song Parodies -> "She Lives"

Original Song Title:

"He Lives"

Original Performer:

Helen Gleason (DGB)

Parody Song Title:

"She Lives"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

More on Blonde Valkyrie...
I see her at the sunset
In the burning crimson glow,
Berlin caught in deep dismay
As Red Army troops come and go

Not only in the rubble,
Can her revenge be seen
But in the blood trail gone cold
Behind the shadow things

Their activities she does disrupt
She is a thorny rose,
Her beauty is used to kill
Their bodies lie in rows

It’s in the dark places
The Red Soldier seeks his thrills
It’s where she slits his throat open
Happily as his blood spills

Soviet Zone she lives
Defying their hard-won victory
Hunting her down with SMGs
She is the Blonde Valkyrie

They seek her everywhere, they try
To offer a bounty
But she is clever and remains hidden
Under darkness does she succeed

She kills them more and more
Much to their dismay
Germans praise this mighty Werwolf
Until her dying day

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