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Song Parodies -> "Springtime for Osama"

Original Song Title:

"Springtime for Hitler"

Original Performer:

Mel Brooks

Parody Song Title:

"Springtime for Osama"

Parody Written by:

Valerie F. de Daulles

The Lyrics

Trouble in the Middle East
Well, that's an ancient story
Fighting over oil and dope
And saying it's for glory

Then on 9-1-1
Our world became undone
We learned to yield
While we all kneeled
To Allah's rebel son

And now it's...
Springtime for O-sama bin Laden
Women are chattel again
Progress has become a trifle
It's at the butt of a rifle

Springtime for O-sama bin Laden
Anthrax infecting our land
Springtime for O-sama bin Laden
C'mon, Afghans, let's kick up some sand!

I'm a fundamentalist
And that is why I'm really pissed

Grow a beard and wear a towel
Start your name off with a vowel

Springtime for O-sama bin Laden
Hitler's forgotten at last
Saddam Hussein is now old news
Why does everyone hate the Jews?

Springtime for O-sama bin Laden
Muhammed rolls in his grave
Springtime for O-sama bin Laden
No more knitted Afghans...
New rules for our hands...
We're all some
Crazy Muslim's slave!

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Pacing: 3.9
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Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 15

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