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Song Parodies -> "All Aboard The Mayflower"

Original Song Title:

"All Along The Watchtower"

Original Performer:

The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Parody Song Title:

"All Aboard The Mayflower"

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The Lyrics

A small snippet of American/English history about the Pilgrim's decision to leave the Church of England due to corrupt practices and set sail for a land that could practice their own beliefs. America! F Yeah!
Verse 1: There must be some kind of new world out there
Where a Pilgrim can be free
There’s too much oppression
Can’t breathe under the king
Holy men, they cheat and lie
But we take their word
“Pay and Heaven, shall be thine!”
So God is bought and not earned

Verse 2: “No reason to get defiant!”
The priest, did sternly preach
There is very few born well off
The afterlife is out of reach
Us 35 had ‘nough of that
Cuz this is not okay
So let us alter pol’cies now
The church sep’rates from state!

[Instrument Break- battle are won and lost over religious freedom]

Verse 3: All aboard the Mayflower!
England’s tot’lly screwed
Now all us Pilgrims left for land
Brexit the EU
Sail across the Atlantic
And Plymouth rock did cease
The natives were obliging
And I’m sure we’ll live in peace!

All aboard the Mayflower…
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Pacing: 4.8
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Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 29

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Matthias - July 01, 2016 - Report this comment
Very interesting history lesson here Bud. This would be perfect for Thanksgiving!
Rob Arndt - July 01, 2016 - Report this comment
I agree - 555! Btw, on its voyage to the New World, the Mayflower started off with 102 passengers and a crew of around 30 men. Two passengers died in route ~ palisadespete (10 Facts about the Mayfair)
Allah on the Watchtower - July 01, 2016 - Report this comment
Here's something for Ramadhan -- There must be some kind of blade over here ... Said the Mullah to the Thief... There's too many contusions ... I cant make this chop neat
Allah on the Watchtower - July 01, 2016 - Report this comment
OBTW, you have earned 3x5 virgins upon your death. Take your time enjoying them because once you are done, I will need to toss you into the Blazing Fire for being an infidel
Agrimorfee - July 05, 2016 - Report this comment
Very nice, you kept a poetic, Dylan-esque tone in it, while amusingly tying in current events.
Abbott Skelding - July 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Very good work! Practically a perfect title sub. I love the topical references and the "I'm sure we'll all live in peace" gave me a good chuckle. Nicely done!
Max Power - July 12, 2016 - Report this comment
I had to do a double take on the title since it looked as if it's been flipped. The reason? Jehovah's Witness reference and all.
bobpiecheese - July 12, 2016 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I know next to nothing about the Pilgrims (dunno if American history was covered in later years of History back in school), but this was still enjoyable. Simple, but enjoyable. Can't choose whether the Brexit line or the "living in peace" line was my favourite. 555!

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