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Song Parodies -> "I Begun A War On On Terror"

Original Song Title:

"I've Been Working On The Railroad"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"I Begun A War On On Terror"

Parody Written by:

Phukemol

The Lyrics

This is sang by George Bush after Sept 11. "Hiding from the old man Dub" refers to Bush's nickname 'Dubya'
I begun a war on terror
All for that one day
I begun a war on terror
Just to scare the Taliban away
Can't you hear the missiles blowing
The Afghans will feel it in the morn'
Can't you Osama shouting
"Hope I don't wake up in a morgue"

The Taliban will grow
The Taliban will grow
The Taliban will grow no mo-o-o-re
The Taliban will grow
The Taliban will grow
The Taliban will grow no more

Osama's in the kitchen wit' Al Qaeda
Osama's in the kitchen I know I know
Osama's in the kitchen with Al Qaeda
Hiding from the old man Dub

They're singing "Jihad, this is trouble"
"Jihad, this is troub-le"
"Jihad, this is trouble"
Hiding from the old man Dub

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