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They're coming...at the rate of 300 miles a year...
They started in Brazil,
And came north through Nicaragua
We call them killer bees
The Sandinistas call them their "freedom fighters"
An evil empire of Godless, Marxist bugs
How can they be stopped?!
The Bees
The killer bees are coming
Spreading fear and terror in our land
They're always buzzing, never humming
They're going to swarm across the Rio Grande
Insects need no green cards
They fly too low to be picked up on radar
How can you just say "no" to bugs?
And as they spread their Marxist pollen from flower to flower,
They corrupt our pure, all American bees
Remember, that the words of the devil are always dipped in honey!
The Bees
The killer bees are coming
Spreading fear and terror in our land
They're always buzzing, never humming
They're going to swarm across the Rio Grande
July 4th, 1990, when the dreaded bees are due to hit our border
We'll have "Cans across America" Insecticide Program
And every able citizen will smoke cigars
And from San Diego to Brownsville
Special SWAT teams will stand shoulder to shoulder...
Remember America, these are red bees... all workers, no drones!
The Bees
The killer bees are coming
Spreading fear and terror in our land
They're always buzzing, never humming
Get our your can of spray and make a stand!



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