It has emerged that in the wake of Saddam Hussein's fall from grace, (and the gallows) both warring factions in Iraq have decided to lay down there arms and pick up their microphones to record a cover version of popular 60s song 'I Got You Babe'.
It will be released in time for the January sales bargain bucket in sub-standard record stores nationwide, under the eponymous title of 'Sunni & Shia'.
Rumours that the 'b' side will be a cover of the original Sonny & Cher's 'A Cowboys Work Is Never Done' as a tribute to George UU Bush are unfounded, and probably bulls*%t. Rumours that the 'c' side resort of Wolverhampton will be Saddams final resting place are also unsubstantiated.
Seen as a move to bring peace to a highly volatile part of the middle east, despite the constant interfering and bullying by the enlightened westerners, most people gave a very positive response to the news.
One man, who wished to remain nameless (but was christened Andrew Johnson when he was a baby) said "I think its wonderful that the Sunnites & Shiites can put their differences aside for the sake of a rollickingly good love ditty".
All proceeds of the single will go towards buying extra camouflage for the already well hidden 'Iraq Lawnmower Corporation' which is dubiously believed to house many of Saddams rumoured Weapons of Grass Reduction.