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Song Parodies -> "Hymn Of Bill Gates"

Original Song Title:

"Hymn Of The Fayth"

Original Performer:

Nobuo Uematsu

Parody Song Title:

"Hymn Of Bill Gates"

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The Lyrics

Thanks to the 'hymn of the Bush' writer, who inspired me to create this.I've tried to keep both to the rythm and the essence of the original lyrics. PS: I hate Gates. This is meant as sarcasm. If you know about Yevon, well I'm likening Bill Gates to him. Seems fine and glorious, but conceals a dark secret, something like making viruses maybe?
Pray For Bill Gates,
for his money
pray for Bill Gates
for his glory

When you use Microsoft
Remember Bill Gates

Dream of Bill Gates
of XP code
dream of Bill Gates'

Writing letters in word
Stop and pause to think

Eternal Gates
And Microsoft
Eternal Gates
Even in heaven

Accessing a website
NT servers?

Pray For Bill Gates
for his money
Pray for Bill Gates
for his glory

When you use Microsoft
Remember Bill Gates
Go to RPGDreamers for the original tune.

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