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Song Parodies -> "Don't Cry For Team Argentina"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Cry For Me Argentina"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Don't Cry For Team Argentina"

Parody Written by:

Paul Warren

The Lyrics

Ugh! Team Germany has won its 4th Cup in FIFA for the 31 teams that tried...especially Argentina and Brazil...this is for you!
Accordion playing a tango.

Followed by a piano and Brazilian Percussion.

Crowd: FIFA! FIFA! FIFA!...

1-Well, it wasn't easy...we won almost every game.
And yet greatness is what we feel.
We still get no love after what we've done!
We still believe it, all you know is a team that always grew.
And this is the 4th time so 23 skidoo to 31 of you!
We have all the action in two boring hours,
Kicking the football with out heels,
Yes, Team Germany is now #1!
So yell "Heil Deutschland", we have the ball, running until full-time,
Does it express yourself? What would you expect us to do?

Chorus 1-So don't cry for Team Argentina,
The truth there's 2018.
And they'll be other games,
And our existence!
We're Team Deutschland...
Though we are distant!

2-Now as for fortune and as for fame,
We'll have all our product plugs in.
We'll tell this damn world we can get more higher! (This is censored in 1967)
WW2 was an illusion, history pollution we never let it be,
Nothing happened in 1939...
Now 4th Cup for Team Germany!

Repeat Chorus 1

Chorus 2-Don't cry for team Argentina,
At least they had a good defense.
But we play harder, and as you can see...
We're Team Germany!
Always have and will be!

Polka Instrumental

Pre Chorus-You can cry Foul! Run with the ball, try everything new, but nothing will express us at all...what would you expect us to do?

Repeat 1st and 2nd Chorus

Well...there's always 2018 Brasil, Argentina, Italy, England, France, and yes...USA! (Or like I call them...the Cleveland of national soccer teams...Team America that is...)

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Rob Arndt - July 15, 2014 - Report this comment
So what you are saying is that the poor qualified S American team lost legitimately, but that the Germans should not have gotten a 4th WC??? Because they are Germans? I should rate this 111 based on your poor sport attitude, but gave you 555 for the parody. Germany, like Brazil and Italy and a few others is a clear threat in soccer every time they play WC, but the US is Not!!! My team is always Germany and they won after 24 years, so why are you complaining? If Germany could soundly defeat Brazil, why wouldn't they beat Argentina? Europe is just as good and determined as S America, although in the latter case it's all they have to live for. Too bad, they lost fairly. To bring in Heil Deutschland is just comparing them to the Nazi regime and spewing hatred. That's just so wrong. Since 1990, Germany has won twice, Brazil twice, and France Italy, and Spain once. US? Not at all. They are not a good team yet at that sport. The heavyweights are still Europe and S America. 2018 projections are just dreams for the US... they got beat by Germany this time and only advanced cause another team lost and then lost again. That's no way to compete on the world stage.
Rob Arndt - July 15, 2014 - Report this comment
You should also note historically that Argentina (although a neutral til '45) helped the Nazis covertly refeuling and resupplying German U-boats. They also took in wanted Nazi fugitives willingly during and after the war. Amazingly, they also laid claim to part of Antartica a year after Germany started to build Base 211 in 1941. And by 1945, the US and Britain FORCED Argentina to join the Allies ONLY to be able to inspect their ports for German technology. This was before the great S America Nazi manhunt which ran cover for the true search for German transferred ATS technology of disc craft, other aerial wonders, possible nuclear or radiological weapons, and the Bell Device. And if you want to get into it further, companies in the US traded with Germany illegally during WW2 and diverted bombers away from some of Germany's highest military targets due to the nature of the weapons. Those companies were not prosecuted and included: Ford, DuPont, National Steel, IBM, Alcoa, ITT, Chase, and a range of others. They sent goods via third party nations and illegal exchanges on the sea flying false flags, even accepting stolen reich assets for payment in the last year of the war off the east coast. You really should know TRUE history before mouthing off about 1939 and such.
Patrick - July 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Maybe its just my peculiar opinion, but when posting a parody, I find it easier to read if you print out the chorus, rather than sending the reader back to "Repeat 1st Chorus" or similar instructions. I don't think the band width or storage space or whatever they call it is so narrow that an extra couple of lines will make much difference. Rob, can you direct me to a website or book on US industrial collaboration with the Nazis in WWII? I have heard that General Motors was paid compensation for its German plants destroyed by Allied bombing. I recall seeing Ford truck advertisements in German language magazines published during the war.
Wall St. Nazi - July 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Patrick, you will get a nice intro to Nazi-American industrial collaboration by going to Here is a chilling excerpt:

Henry Ford and Edsel Ford respectively contributed money to Hitler and profited from German wartime production. Standard Oil of New Jersey, General Electric, General Motors, and I.T.T. certainly made financial or technical contributions which comprise prima facie evidence of "participating in planning or carrying out Nazi enterprises." [The rules of de-Nazification were to arrest these bastards for war crimes.]

There is, in brief, evidence which suggests:

(a) cooperation with the Wehrmacht (Ford Motor Company, Chase Bank, Morgan Bank);

(b) aid to the Nazi Four Year Plan and economic mobilization for war (Standard Oil of New Jersey);

(c) creating and equipping the Nazi war machine (I.T.T.);

(d) stockpiling critical materials for the Nazis (Ethyl Corporation);

(e) weakening the Nazis' potential enemies (American I.G. Farben);


(f) carrying on of propaganda, intelligence, and espionage (American I.G. Farben and Rockefeller public-relations man Ivy Lee).

At the very least there is sufficient evidence to demand a thorough and impartial investigation. However, as we have noted previously, these same firms and financiers were prominent in the 1933 election of Roosevelt and consequently had sufficient political pull to squelch threats of investigation. Extracts from the Morgenthau diary demonstrate that Wall Street political power was sufficient even to control the appointment of officers responsible for the denazification and eventual government of post-war Germany.
Rob Arndt - July 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Patrick, there are many sites online about violations of the Trading with the Enemy Act and how there was no justice. The Amerika bomber Me-264 got its first east coast targeting map from US sources!!! Anyway, my former site Black Sun still has many pages on missing Reich assets, stolen art and gold, and those that cooperated with the Nazis before, during, and after WW2. Here is a page of interest and just go through the site for the others:
Paul Warren - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Please people...this is a parody...this no intention of seriousness!

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