The Apocalypse Zombies

January 15, 2014 at 8:06 pm (Commentary, Humour, Poetry, Satire, Songs) (, , , , , , , )

The Apocalypse Zombies

(to be sung to the tune of the World War II song The D-Day Dodgers and the World War I song Lili Marlene)

We’re the Apocalypse Zombies of modern history
first made popular in horror flicks as corny as can be
We like to eat people’s brains out
When we roam about
We walked the Halls of Congress but found nothing there
saved shocked Congressmen in their underwear
So we headed across the country in our walkabout
California was as barren as a bear’s stream devoid of trout
we searched for a place we thought would hit the spot
but the state of Colorado had totally gone to pot
We stumbled on the set of a reality TV show
and finding junk food there decided we would go
so we shuffled across this land on our bony feet
with eyes that looked totally deadbeat
We checked Facebook statuses looking for a bite
but all we read were people who ought to fly a kite
And the Twitter tweets were even worse
devoid of verse- a brainless curse
And so we died of hunger
falling like dead junker
because no brains could we find
living man was not kind
It was truly a zombie apocalypse
because no brains would pass our lips
and now we lie buried again under grass
Zombie apocalypse truly come to pass.

-A satirical song written by Christopher
Wednesday January 15th
2014.

4 Comments

  1. doesitevenmatter3 said,

    I love zombies and I love your satirical song! Great job! 🙂 Ha, yes the zombies might not get quality OR quantity brains here! Most people have snack-size brains and not a full meal! 😉 😛 Snort! 😀
    HUGS!!!

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Thanks, Carolyn. 🙂

      Yes the zombie apocalypse will turn out to be an apocalypse for the zombies all right due to the shortage of viable brains to eat. 😀

  2. Randstein said,

    Bwaaa haaa haa! Who would have thought the zombie apocalypse would fail due to starvation. 🙂

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