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Song Parodies -> "A Stallion Called Nordlicht"

Original Song Title:

"A Colt Named Mischief"

Original Performer:

Sandy Rabinowitz

Parody Song Title:

"A Stallion Called Nordlicht"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Beloved children's book turned parody!!!
Nordlicht (North Light) was a horse of surpassing fame
More than Adolf Hitler's car
He raced in the derbies
Was a star
1943, 1944
On a stamp during the war

Hitler loved Nordlicht
But not as much as Blondi as compared
Turned over to Baron Thyssen
Whom in his charge was cared... for

Off to Switzerland he fled
Left Nordlicht on his own
US Army came to fetch him
Took him to a far away home
Did he really want to go?

On a plantation
La Branche
On the German Coast
He was never going back
(To the Fatherland)

Sired dozens of winners
Was good on the track
Under a great Pecan Tree
Taylor's bathtub way out back

Died in '68
St. Rose, Louisiana
His bloodline still on the tracks...

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Total Votes: 8

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Patrick - November 03, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember the stamp. Didn't know the story of the horse.

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