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Jeff Dunham – Jingle Bombs lyrics

Dashing through the sand
With a bomb strapped to my back
I have a Nasty plan
For Christmas in Iraq

I got through checkpoint A
But not through checkpoint B
That's when I got shot in the ass by the us Militery

It's not funny!
This is a sad song!
Oh, Jingle bombs
Jingle bombs
Mine blew up you see
Where are all the virgins that Bin Laden promised me
Jingle bombs, jingle bombs US Soldiers shot me dead
The only thing that I have left is this towel upon my head

I used to be a man, but every time I cough
Thanks to uncle Sam my nuts keep falling off
My bombing days are done, I need to find some work
Perhaps it would be much safer as a convenient store night clerk,
Ooo, Jingle bombs, jingle bombs I think I got screwed
Don't laugh at me because I'm dead or I kill you!

I kill you!



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    UnregisteredNov 22, 2014 at 7:08 pm
    This song was orginally performed at around the time when a number of convenience stores across the U.S. were being robbed late at night and the stores' attendents were killed/injured during the hold-ups, so that is what Achmed's remark about how "being a night clerk at a convenience store might be a safer job than being a suicide bomber" was referring to.

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