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Song Parodies -> "Dante's Inferno"

Original Song Title:

"Disco Inferno"

Original Performer:

The Trammps

Parody Song Title:

"Dante's Inferno"

Parody Written by:

giblet o'sarcasm

The Lyrics

A disco-flavored tribute to the Dante Alighieri classic

Burn, sinners, burn (4x)

Dante did tell
Nice circles high was Hell
Limbo, Lust and Gluttony
Anger, Greed, Heresy
Fraud and Violence
Anger and such
And each lost sinner's treachery
Punished so appropriately

I heard the poet say

Burn, sinners, burn
Dante's Inferno
Burn, sinners, burn
Burn forever more (2x)

Lost in dark woods
Confronted with several wild beasts
The poet Virgil came
Sent by Beatrice (so he claimed)

"Abandon Hope
All Who Enter Here"
Said the sign in front of Hell
The neutral souls were stung outside

I heard the poet say


All around their heads
There was sulphur in the air
All souls could do
Was completely despair


Final level
The master himself of evil
Three ugly heads he had
Chewing on the others bad

His fur they climbed
They escaped in time
Through the middle of the earth
The starry sky their trek was worth

I heard the poet say


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