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"Bleeding Heart Rock Protest Song vs. Pro War Country Song" from Season Seven episode, "I'm a Little Bit Country".

Background

The song is a mix of two songs: an anti-war protest song, sung by Randy Marsh, and a pro-war country song, sung by Skeeter. The two bands battle each other during a protest over the USA's invasion of Iraq.

Trivia

  • The episode title and song is a parody of the Donnie and Marie Osmond theme song from their 1970's TV variety show also named I'm a Little Bit Country.
  • Musicians resembling Slash and Mick Fleetwood appear in Randy's band.

Lyrics

Skeeter:
I'm a little bit country.
Randy:
Well I'm a little bit rock-n-roll!
Skeeter:
I'm a little for supportin' our troops.
Randy:
And I'm a little for bringin' them home.
Skeeter:
I believe freedom isn't free.
Randy:
No, but war shouldn't be our goal.
Skeeter:
We must defend our country
Randy:
If it means war, then we say NO!
Skeeter:
Did you forget them towers in New York?
Did you forget how it made you feel
To see them towers come down?
Were you like me? Did you think it weren't real?

Randy:
I like to rock, but I don't wanna rock Iraq!
The only kind of rockin' America should do is the kind that we can all dance to, yeah!

Skeeter:
We got GPS, ICBMs, and good old-fashioned lead.
We're gonna show Saddam what America means; that son of a bitch will be dead

Randy:
Why are we fightin' this war?
There's a man in the office we didn't vote for.
They didn't give me a choice.
War is not my voice! Yeaaaaahhhh!

Reprise

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Skeeter:
Hey, I'm a little bit country.
Randy:
And I'm a little bit rock-n-roll.
Skeeter:
I'll be the muscle of America.
Randy:
And me, I'll be the caring soul.
Both:
And when you put us together, we're a nation with one goal.
To thrive and prosper with a little country and rock-n-roll.

Randy (Speaking):
Come on up here, everybody.
Citizens of South Park:
We're a little bit country. We're a little bit rock-n-roll.
Jimbo:
We can be a nation that believes in war,
Mr. Mackey
And still tell the world that we don't.
Citizens of South Park:
Let the flag for hypocrisy fly high from every pole,
Cuz we're a little bit country, and a little bit rock-n-roll.

Randy (Speaking):
Well, goodnight everybody. It sure has been great bringing you 100 episodes.
Skeeter (Speaking):
We want to thank our guests, the pro-war people,
(Pro-war people cheer)
Skeeter (Speaking):
And the anti-war people.
(Anti-war people cheer)
Stan (Speaking):
What the hell are they doing now?
Kyle (Speaking):
I-I don't know.
Citizens of South Park:
For the war, against the war. Who cares? 100 episodes!
Kyle (Speaking):
I hate this town. I really, really do.

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