Military-industrial complex parody Christmas song


This 14 December 2016 parody music video from Britain is called Military Industrial Complex Xmas – “Let ’em Blow!”

It is a parody of the Christmas season song Let it snow.

The lyrics are:

Well, the state of the world is frightful
And our enemies are spiteful
But since we’ve got all this ammo
Let ‘em blow, let ‘em blow, let ‘em blow!

It doesn’t show signs of stopping
But we’ve got some bombs for dropping
So send for the Tornados!
Let ‘em blow, let ‘em blow!

Now, we might well hit some civilians
And they might well be innocent
But we’ve got to justify all the millions
On arms and defence that we’ve spent

Now we probably won’t kill ISIL [ISIS]
And we’ll probably have to fight still
But we’ve got to put on a show
So let ‘em blow, let ‘em blow, let ‘em blow!

With 70,000 moderate troops on the ground we’ll be fine
Trust in your faithful government, we’ll try not to fuck it up this time

Now we probably won’t kill ISIL
And we’ll probably have to fight still
But we’ve got to put on a show
So let ‘em blow, let ‘em blow, let ‘em blow!

(Backing track by Rosa Gómez de Tejada)

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