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Song Parodies -> "Rambo"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Jim Reeves

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Porfle Popnecker

The Lyrics

Rambo, Rambo, where ya gonna go-ee-oh
Rambo, Rambo, goin' off to Nam-ee-oh
Rambo, Rambo, does the Army know
That you're goin' overseas to decimate the Commie-oh.

Rambo is an Army vet who has some missing friends
And even though the war is done, he hasn't seen the end
He'll load his guns and hitch his pants and mark his face with chalk
With a bow and a lance and his pig-sticker out
He will take a jungle stalk

Rambo, Rambo, where ya gonna go-ee-oh
Rambo, Rambo, goin' off to Nam-ee-oh
Rambo, Rambo, doesn't Charlie know
That you're comin' through the trees to overtake the Cong-ee-oh.

Rambo takes a chopper ride to where the Charlies are
He can't wait to light them up into human steak tartars
Torture racks and gettin' clubbed won't sway him from the fight
All day long he'll wallow in the inferno he'll ignite

Rambo, Rambo, camo on your face-ee-oh
Rambo, Rambo, settin' off incend-ee-ohs
Rambo, Rambo, now you're gonna show
That you really love to shake and bake the Cong-ee-oh.

He never has his final kill, there's always one more time
You know he hankers to destroy, those Commies blow up fine
He finds the POWs a-waitin' to be free
And arms them all to join with him for one more killin' spree

Rambo, Rambo, gonna lock and load-ee-oh
Rambo, Rambo, make 'em all explode-ee-oh
Rambo, Rambo, now they're gonna know
That the yang is in the yin, this time we get to win-ee-oh

Rambo, Rambo, Rambo, Rambo...

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Callmelennie - March 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Who but Porfle could make the link between Jim Reeves's (who?) "Bimbo" and Sly Stallone's "Rambo" Who but he?
Rob Arndt - March 13, 2017 - Report this comment
555! Sad that 'Rambo: Last Blood" got shelved.
Porfle Popnecker - March 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Darn! I'd like to see that.
Rob Arndt - March 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Actually, Stallone himself decided not to do it as he is too old now at 69 for the character. He was to fight ISIS. There is talk, however, of a reboot in the future with another actor. The Bond series is faltering too. Bond 25 is on hold. They're debating whether to do a Black James Bond with hot blonde Margot Robbie as the girl.
Porfle Popnecker - March 14, 2017 - Report this comment
I would NOT want to see that.
? - March 14, 2017 - Report this comment
A reboot or a black Bond sleeping with Blondie?
Porfle Popnecker - March 15, 2017 - Report this comment
I can't say I'm 100% against reboots because I love the new Star Trek movies, and the Daniel Craig Bonds. But I'm against changing the race, gender, or sexual orientation of long-established characters.
Puritan - March 15, 2017 - Report this comment
Will Smith wanted to do Captain America and Beyonce wanted to be Wonder Woman. Thank God the studios passed! OTOH, in comic books D.C. is turning characters gay and lesbian. Supergirl's earthly sister on the CW is now a lesbian. Why can't they leave things alone?

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