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Muslims Don't Surf

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inspired by The Clash song, "Charlie Don't Surf"
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Muslims Don’t Surf

Ah to be a Christian
In the good old USA
We can save you too
Here comes the USA (#1)

Certain in our belief in the one true god
And the greatest nation on earth

God bless
Operation Iraqi Freedom
They will be saved

Ah to be a Muslim
In forsaken deserts of Iraq
Plagued by foreign fighters
And incompetence from all sides

Certain in the belief that their god is not ours
Clear on the fact it’s our nation, not theirs

Allahu Akbar
Free us from these people
We are already saved

Muslims don’t surf, we think they should
Muslims don’t surf, you know that it ain’t no good
Muslims don’t surf for their hamburger mama…
(see “Charlie Don’t Surf” by the Clash
and Lt. Colonel Kilgore in Apocalypse Now)
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Uploaded: Jul 29, 2008 - 09:19:48 AM
Last Updated: Jul 29, 2008 - 09:19:48 AM Last Played: Jun 21, 2019 - 03:53:36 PM
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E-Frame Wrecker said 4037 days ago (August 5th, 2008)
Goth, Psychedelic Surf Music
This is a pretty cool song. I like the drums, guitar and vocals have a psychedelic sound to them I guess that was supposed to be a Muslim chant... =)

PS Once I saw a muslim who's girlfriend had just finished surfing. (Still in her wetsuit) I must admit I was a little surprised but I was stoked for her. Can't say that he looked to excited though.
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