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Song Parodies -> "Light My Ire"

Original Song Title:

"Light My Fire"

Original Performer:

Doors

Parody Song Title:

"Light My Ire"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I know much of it is untrue,
from meme-makers who are liars.
Still to this crew I will hew
even though pants are on fire.

Come on, crazies, light my ire,
come on, crazies, light my ire,
fry my brain cells till I tire.

The time to cerebrate is through;
it’s time to wallow in Web mire.
It is something that I choose
knowing that from it I should retire

Come on, crazies, light my ire,
come on, lazies, light my ire,
ignite my insane desire.

If I should cerebrate, they’d rue
they want me wallowed in Web mire.
I know most of it’s a ruse;
nonetheless I never will retire.

Come on, crazies, light my ire,
come on, sane-free, light my ire,
make things sound so much more dire.

I know most of it is untrue,
Meme-makers are this junk’s sires.
Still to this crew I will hew
though their pants are full on fire.

Come on, crazies, light my ire,
with the crazy memes you sire,
because I’m a bullshit buyer.








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Patrick - February 11, 2020 - Report this comment
No one is leaving comments any more. When was the last time anyone used the world "cerebrate" on AIR. Writers who once used better words now only use those Trump words writing verse. Language is cursed.

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