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Song Parodies -> "He Is a Friend of Mine"

Original Song Title:

"He Was a Friend of Mine"

Original Performer:

The Byrds

Parody Song Title:

"He Is a Friend of Mine"

Parody Written by:

Jim Verkade

The Lyrics a friend of a friend of mine
His killing had deep purpose...the saving of mankind
He... is a friend of mine

He...died upon the cross...He...died upon the cross
The sky began to darken, and the sea began to toss
He...died upon the cross

He...took away my shame...He...took away my shame
And when He died to save us...He forgave us just the same
He...took away my shame

(Instrumental Break) a friend of a friend of mine
His killing had deep purpose...the saving of mankind a friend of mine a friend of mine a friend of mine

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Chris Kilo - November 21, 2006 - Report this comment
As an agnostic, I couldn't get into this, but 555s for writing on something you believe in, and I guess, stand for. I respect that sort of thing.

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