I Can Change

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"I Can Change" is a song sung by Saddam Hussein in the film, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. Hussein sings it to Satan to change his mind and bring him along to conquer Earth.

Lyrics[edit]

Saddam:
Some people say that I'm a bad guy
They may be right, they may be right.
But its not as if I don't try
I just fuck up. Try as I might.

But I can change, I can change.
I can learn to keep my promises, I swear it.
I'll open up my heart and I will share it.
Any minute now I will be born again.

Yes I can change, I can change.
I know I've been a dirty little bastard.
I like to kill, I like to maim, yes, I'm insane, but it's okay 'cause I can change.

Its not my fault that I'm so evil
It's society, society.
You see, my parents were sometimes abusive
And it made a prick of me.

But I can change, I can change!
I can learn to keep my promises, I know it!
I'll open up my heart and I will show it...
Any minute now I will be born again!


Satan:
But what if you never change?
What if you remain a sandy little butthole?


Saddam:
Hey Satan! Don't be such a twit.
Mother Teresa won't have shit

On me!
Just watch, just watch me change here I go I'm changing!!!

Heeeeeeey Satan!

Trivia[edit]

  • The song is a parody of "Poor Unfortunate Souls" from the 1989 Disney film The Little Mermaid.
  • The song's Les Miserables counterpart is "Master of the House", as it is a comedic song sung by a major antagonist.