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Song Parodies -> "Adam’s Fall"

Original Song Title:

"Sweet Caroline"

Original Performer:

Niel Diamond

Parody Song Title:

"Adam’s Fall"

Parody Written by:

Glenn Walker

The Lyrics

When it began
God spoke creation perfect;
Evening and morning all was good
Adam and Eve,
Crown of His whole creation,
You would have thought they’d understood.

Tempting tree.
Serpent’s lies.
Woman ate.
Man ate too.

Fallen is man (no no no)
Now the world has suffered loss. (Not good, not good, not good)
God had a plan (please do tell)
Send His Son ro bear the cross.

So now i am q

Think of the day
All of my sins were vanquished,
Washed in the Spirit, born anew.
People in sin,
God says that whosoever
Looks to that cChrist, grace will ensue.

Fruitful life.
God saved me.
Let God save you.

Life evermore (I’m redeemed)
Christ has overcome the grave (no grave, no grave, no grave)
Grace galore (grace galore)
Never trust your own behav-
Ior no no

Life evermore (I’m redeemed)
Christ has overcome the grave (no grave, no grave, no grave)
Grace galore (grace galore)
For me life that’s once depraved.

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