The song "Union Dixie" (the very opposite of "Dixie") sings: "Away down South in the land of traitors, rattlesnakes and alligators. Right away! Come away! Right away! Come away!"
I'm designing a video game and I need a parody of the two lines (not the whole song, only the two lines) as a part of a few lines/quotes for one unit (a jet), which also says some other lines (which have nothing to do with "Dixie" or "Union Dixie").
The alternative words to "traitors, rattlesnakes and alligators" are: Initiate, Archer, Spook, Bloatick, Brute, Dunerider, Libra Clone, Hijacker, Stalker, Infiltrator, Virus. (All of them are infantry belonging to the same faction in the video game, while the jet belongs to another faction.)
There's no need for the word-play to have much connotative alignment with "Union Dixie" (let alone "Dixie"), except implying that the jets will defeat enemy infantry just as the Union defeated the Confederation. Euphony is the most important.
@Aaron Bell thinks "Away down South in the land of 'Jackers, Infiltrators, and Duneriders. Right away! Come away! Right away! Come away!"is the best.
I'm considering "Away down south in the land of Stalkers, Duneriders, and Infiltrators. Right away! Come away! Right away! Come away!"
Anyone else has other ideas?
related question: Why is “Dunerider” 4 syllables instead of 3 syllables?