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Song Parodies -> "Needles to Drop on You"

Original Song Title:

"I Put a Spell on You"

Original Performer:

Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Parody Song Title:

"Needles to Drop on You"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

British dart scheme of WW2 failed. Singer who provided the needles for tests against sheep using anthrax actually protested the abuse of their product.
Needles to drop on you
3000 per time

British scheme was taboo
Anthrax favored

1943 plan for it
Poison darts raining down
Dispersed by a fighter
Singer stingers Jerry-bound
(Hitting Germans above ground)

Needles to drop on you
3000 per time
Crisscrossed lines

Bio use
6" through
Ricin too
Would kill in half an hour
Not good against shelters
Low-altitude release
Against deadly firepower

An absurdity
Needles to drop on you
Wasted time
(Needles better used on sewing machines)
Note: Britain actually planned to use anthrax on Tokyo before the US planned using the A-bomb. They also wanted to use mustard gas and phosgene on Germany which would have responded with Sarin, Somen, and Tabun.

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