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Song Parodies -> "Big Bang"

Original Song Title:

"Big Bad John"

Original Performer:

Jimmy Dean

Parody Song Title:

"Big Bang"

Parody Written by:

Phil Alexander

The Lyrics

Big Bang
Big Bang

It happened once, we think we know
Over thirteen billion years ago
But we're not quite sure, don't know quite when
As it's happened once, if it'll happen again

Big Bang
Big Bang
Great Big Bang
Big Bang

A single singularity, a point in time
A one-off unique one-of-a-kind
Or do regularly universes come and go
Every thirty-billion years or so, big bang?

Exactly how may have started wars
Does a universe require its own first cause
Was it kicked off by a creator, and all that brings
Or is the whole universe just "one of those things"?

Big Bang
Big Bang
Great Big Bang
Big Bang

I hear you asking, "how do we know
That's how it started, aeons ago?"
We can see that galaxies're moving apart
So extrapolate backwards, there could be a start:
Big Bang
If there were such a bang, you'd expect to find
Some background radiation left behind
Cosmic remnants, jus' lying' around
And when people looked, they'd already been found

Big Bang
Big Bang
Great Big Bang
Big Bang

They reckon protons and neutrons, they both began
About four minutes after the bang
And all the natural laws we find
Were also formed about that time
There were no planets, there were no seas:
It was about nine hundred million degrees
And all the galaxies and planets and suns
Formed a billion years after day one

Big Bang
Big Bang
Great Big Bang
Big Bang

Now, there's some folks still believe God made
The whole shebang in just six days
But it seems to me, if you use your mind
Where the evidence leads, I reckon you'll find:

Big Bang
Big Bang
Great Big Bang
Big Bang.

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Matthias - April 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Not bad for another atheist rant but I was hoping it was going to be about the TV show 'Big Bang Theory'.
Old Man Ribber - April 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Phil - With this you're walking the walk, talking the talk, and Hawking the hawk! ;D
Phil Alexander - April 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Matthias - I didn't think this was a rant, atheist or otherwise.. but feel free to do your own "Big Bang Theory" TV version :-)

OMR - "Hawking the hawk" :-D I like that...
Wild Child JIN - April 08, 2011 - Report this comment
I support the Big Bang theory, as I support my mother, "Mother Nature" - However, I am not an atheist, but agnostic. Anyway, great parody, it makes a "big bang" all by itself! :-) 555!
I Believe in God - April 11, 2011 - Report this comment
You really put some effort into this and you did some research too. I don't consider this parody to be an agnostic/atheist rant at all. It must be remembered that the Bible says somewhere that a thousand years is just a blink of the eye in view of the LORD. Now just why do some other religions like Islam and Sikhism do not have a hard time with having science and religion being compatable? Great song parody - it's a "big bang" of creative inginuity!

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