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Song Parodies -> "Mass Hysteria"

Original Song Title:

"Captain America TV Theme Song"

Original Performer:

Marvel Superheroes

Parody Song Title:

"Mass Hysteria"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Here's to the French resolve to destroy ISIS!!!
When mass hysteria grips European will,
ISIS supposes that the French will ultimately yield
But Hollande will fight with all of his might
With the Red, White, & Blue of the Tricolor in view
Of the Charles De Gaulle and Dassault Rafales too!

Catapulted from the Med and from land bases too!

When mass hysteria grips European will
You better bet that ISIS blood will be spilled
At home and abroad, across the Caliphate too
Viva La France!!! Payback's long overdue...

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Rob Arndt - November 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Rafale launched from Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier: http://assets.bwbx.io/images/iv1VyDoViaAE/v1/1200x-1.jpg
Heine Jungman - November 28, 2015 - Report this comment
I agree with the voters. This parody is super hilarious. I thought I'd increase the fun a little.

Q: Why do they bury Germans 20 meters underground?
A: Because deep down they are really nice.

Q: How do Germans tie their shoes?
A: With little knotsies.

Q: How did the Germans conquer Poland so fast?
A: They marched in backwards and the Polish thought they were leaving.
Rob Arndt - November 28, 2015 - Report this comment
Q: What is the difference between christianity and national socialism? A: In christianity, one guy died for all the others.
Rob Arndt - November 29, 2015 - Report this comment
Btw HJ (how inappropriate), what's your problem with this pro-France parody? I get stereotypes due to German history and weapons, but actually overall in 2903 parodies the German material is NOT dominant at all. I cover all sides. The OS is US patriotic dealing with Captain America and the US colors Red, White, and Blue. Here, I honor the French Red, White, and Blue along with their military pride with the Charles De Gaulle and the Rafales against ISIS. How is adding old 1970s outdated German jokes relevent? I played along at first, but this is a tribute parody. It may not be funny as it is not meant to be, but like others here it uses the original lyrics in a new way. A favorable way. Many parodies here are dominated by non-funny but witty and sarcastic lyrics dealing with the daily news, politics, tributes (Patrick Swayze this past week), personal experiences, and even personal agendas (like Veganism). So get off your high horse and stop using double standards with my parodies. This is a good parody in light of the Paris attacks and French response. I don't know how many times people here have criticized the French with the old White Flag jokes. Even your jokes were stale. I was fully expecting to see the old " marching in the shade" one, but you even failed at that.

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