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Song Parodies -> "Utoya"

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Original Performer:

Crosby, Stills, Nash (& Young)

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Hu's On First

The Lyrics

Crusader and Templar-loving
A madman's got a gun
A killer, destroy-the-"gov"-ing
Ground's red in Utoya

The screed that he wrote said:
"Muslims are taking our lands
Should have kicked 'em long ago"
But mostly he hated
"Marxists" who by their own hands
He claimed, were running the show

La la la la....

Gotta take Lebanon back
Said he, and Turkey as well
"Should have seized 'em long ago"
But he started firing
Eighty-some dead; island's hell
He who kills children's lowest of low

The country must now pull together
With his act they must cope
When he dies, he'll feel "hot weather"
Ground's red in Utoya
Ground's red in Utoya
Ground's red in Utoya

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Rob Arndt - July 25, 2011 - Report this comment
TY for writing on this topic b/c I was worried that I would be the only one to post the tragedy in 2 songs!!! 555!!!

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