"The Taliban Song" as written by and Toby Keith/scott Emerick....
I'm just a middle-aged middle-eastern camel herdin' man
I've got a little two bedroom cave here in north Afghanistan
Things used to be real nice and they got outta hand
Since they moved in
They call themselves the Taliban
Ooo, ooo the Taliban, baby
I ain't seen my wife's face since they came here
They make her wear a scarf over her head that covers her from ear to ear
She loves the desert and the hot, white sand but now
Man she just like me
She can't stand the Taliban
Ooo, ooo the Taliban, baby
But you know someday soon we're both gonna saddle up and it'll be
Ride camel, ride
My ol' lady she'll be here with me
Just smilin' ride by my side
We should do just fine out around Palestine
Or maybe Turkministan
We'll bid a fair adieu and flip the finger to the Taliban
Now they attacked New York City 'cause they thought they could win
Said they would stand and fight until the very bloody end
Mr. Bush got on the phone with Iraq and Iran he said now
You sons a' bitches, you better not be doin' any business with the Taliban
Ooo, ooo the Taliban, baby
Now we prayed to Allah with all of our might
Until those big U.S. jets came flyin' in one night
They dropped little bombs all over the holy land
Man you should've seen 'em run, like rabbits they ran, the Taliban
Ooo, ooo the Taliban, baby
But you know someday soon we're both gonna saddle up and it'll be
Ride camel, ride
My ol' lady she'll be here with me
Just smilin' ride by my side
We should do just fine out around Palestine
Or maybe Turkministan
We'll bid a fair adieu and flip a couple fingers to the Taliban
We'll bid a fair adieu and give a big boner to the Taliban


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"The Taliban Song" as written by Toby Keith Scott Emerick

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    General CommentTo assume that Toby Keith understands what the Afghani POV is is ridiculous.
    Zedd138on May 14, 2005   Link

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