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Song Parodies -> "10 Little Nazis"

Original Song Title:

"10 Little Indians"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"10 Little Nazis"

Parody Written by:

Susanna Viljanen

The Lyrics

Ten little nazis heard that Hitler had just died
One said "Heil!", ate cyanide, and then there were nine

Nine little nazis now westward headed straight
One was caught by Russians and then there were eight

Eight little nazis thought it's too early for heaven
One took train to Franco's Spain and then there were seven

Seven little nazis tried to run away the Dicks
One got judged in Nuremberg and then there were six

Six little nazis were wanted for their crimes
One got date with Pierrepoint and then there were five

Five little nazis tried to settle after war
One did move to Argentine and then there were four

Four little nazis sold arms to UAE
One was caught by Mossad and then there were three

Three little nazis sang Horst Wessel in the loo
One did get a heart attack and then there were two

Two little nazis were caught and tried and done
One got life behind the bars and then there was one

One little nazi thought his life was over and gone
He died from old age and then there were none

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Patrick - June 30, 2011 - Report this comment
The song I knew as "10 Little Indians" had a totally different melody and was much simpler. The version you use I recall as a poem, though I don't remember any of the original words. I think it is frequently subject to parody. Your reference to Pierrepoint reminded me of the movie "The Last Hangman". Albert Pierrepoint's expertise with the rope made him a celebrity, much to his discomfort. About 15 years ago a Kansas City, Kansas man was accused of being a former concentration camp guard. He began waving a gun from his front porch. When the police approached, he threatened them so they shot and killed him. As a child, I read an article about the search for Martin Bormann in Reader's Digest. For a long time, I was sure I saw him at church every Sunday morning. I have often wondered why no one else has ever used the Horst Wessel for a parody. Great melody, if you don't think too much about where it came from. Very hard to find a good modern recording, though a Jewish friend once played it on his TV where it was part of a video game called Wolfenstein.
Rob Arndt - June 30, 2011 - Report this comment
Nice and original- 555!!! I may have to submit my own version now!!!
Dylan Baranski - June 30, 2011 - Report this comment
Susanna, have you read the book "The House on Garibaldi Street"? It's about the hunt for Adolf Eichmann.
Susanna Viljanen - June 30, 2011 - Report this comment
No, I haven't read that book, but I know the Eichmann story quite well. Let's say that he got what he deserved.
Rob Arndt - June 30, 2011 - Report this comment
Susanna, welcome back!!! I just wrote my version of "10 Little Indians"- look for tit tomorrow!!!

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