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Song Parodies -> "Hitler's Dog"

Original Song Title:

"Rabid Dog"

Original Performer:

Max Power

Parody Song Title:

"Hitler's Dog"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

A little spin on Max Power's parody! This is my parody-of-a-parody #73 (have done JAB, AFW, OMR, PP, Susanna Viljanen, Wendy Christopher, Max Power, and others). Sorry, but leader in this category too ;-)
A loyal dog, Blondie loved the Fuhrer
Altered his mood, and no one got nearer (to his heart)

[Not even Eva Braun]

(With Hitler)
What a sight!!!

Hund was handy
Never did bite


Had some puppies (had some puppies)*
(But died)
And Hitler sobbed.... (unconsoled)

[Gone were Blondie and Wolf]
* in the bunker, 1945. "Wolf" was Hitler's favorite. Blondie had to be put down for two reasons: 1) to prevent the Reds from getting her and torturing her and/or killing her and 2) for Hitler to test the cyanide capsules Himmler gave him. Hitler would NOT order Blondie shot like all the other bunker dogs, including Eva Braun's. It was merciful and Hitler was brokenhearted about it, later (supposedly) commiting suicide (unproven by real evidence, not testimonies by 4 trusted Nazis).

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