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Song Parodies -> "The Crippled Ship"

Original Song Title:

"The Crystal Ship"

Original Performer:

The Doors

Parody Song Title:

"The Crippled Ship"

Parody Written by:

VU

The Lyrics

Corps on the boat was truly conscienceless
Among crimes, a civilian blitz
Ordered by madman with sagged tits
But then two hits, ship smashed to bits

The blaze was bright upon the main
A dose they’d got of ordnance pain
The slimy rats had grown so tame
Cuz to their shame their tub was maimed

They yelled, then like babies they cried
Had to flee fast over the sides
Before they jumped, it was flood tide
They stench was high, their pants weren’t dry

Much dribbling sh!t was being spilled
The crippled ship was drilled and stilled
The hulk of junk sunk in the brine
No more attacks from Moskva swine

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