Well, after asking for volunteers, someone who wants to remain forever anonymous sent me some audio of my lyrics. (As bad as his or her version is, anything I could have sung would have been worse.)
I made a music video out of it, incorporating video of that same air-head singer who ticked me off, plus some historical photos and headlines. And, I must say, it is much better than the video that inspired me.
So, here is the world premiere of Pawns of the Middle East, with the lyrics as well:
UPDATE: The author of the song I was originally spoofing, David Rovics, also has a song extolling "Resistance," a song about the Israeli separation barrier whose video and lyrics compares it to the Holocaust, and a song that praises Somali pirates.
Sorry, I didn't realize when I called him an airhead that I was being complimentary. He is evil and he actively supports evil. And there are thousand of people who love his songs.