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Song Parodies -> "Roses of Prince PewDie"

Original Song Title:

"Roses of Prince Charlie"

Original Performer:

The Corries

Parody Song Title:

"Roses of Prince PewDie"

Parody Written by:

The Combees Folk Octet

The Lyrics

"The Roses of Prince PewDie" was a song composed last year by Johann von Giallio for the folk/country folk band The Combee Folk Octet and Poppy Barlow and was written during the period of the Great Subscriber War, an ongoing campaign since 2018 to keep Swedish comedian, video game player-commentator and comedian PewDiePie (real name: Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg), who is best known for his YouTube video content, mainly consisting of Let's Play commentaries, vlogs, and comedic formatted shows, as the most subscribed-to channel on YouTube. The song parodies Roses of Prince Charlie by the Corries and its words seems to favor PewDiePie over T-Series. The song also has a reference to latest memes, especially in the last verse, such as Big Chungus.
Come now, holler now, flee where the lovers go,
Wide as the ocean and as deep as the dale
Heed now, true love's call, we'll make a solemn vow
Now by the roses of Prince PewDie

Fight again at Barrelburn, your carabines to wield
Fight with your madlads at Bradden's bloody field
Fight at Brolloden, your gamer Prince to shield
Fight by the roses of Prince PewDie

Come now, holler now, flee where the lovers go,
Wide as the ocean and as deep as the dale
Heed now, true love's call, we'll make a solemn vow
Now by the roses of Prince PewDie

Spirits of the dead memes in dank uncharted lands
Carved out a meme world with dank cringeworthy hands
Return now in glory, upon footprints in the sand
Fight by the roses of Prince PewDie

Come now, holler now, flee where the lovers go,
Wide as the ocean and as deep as the dale
Heed now, true love's call, we'll make a solemn vow
Now by the roses of Prince PewDie

Take your strength to the dank fields that spicy memes and all
Ships from Sugonda had a nation in their hold
The YouTube Rewind's what drove memers to be bold
Chungus and Knuckles from the forest

Come now, holler now, flee where the lovers go,
Wide as the ocean and as deep as the dale
Heed now, true love's call, we'll make a solemn vow
Now by the roses of Prince PewDie

Come now, holler now, flee where the lovers go,
Wide as the ocean and as deep as the dale
Heed now, true love's call, we'll make a solemn vow
Now by the roses of Prince PewDie
A further note: I do not own the melody of the song I parodied, this belongs to Ronnie Browne.

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