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Alice In Chains

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Random song about a ninja (kinda based on Ask A Ninja, but only his attitude, and then it doesn't really matter). For Artistry.
I know a way to kill you dead
Got that inside your head?
Seems ev'ry day, I kill a whole lot

Don't see me, least not yet
I'll give you reason to fret!
You don't wanna see the moves I got

Here I come, I am a ninja! Hi-yah!
Hwah! Here comes the ninja
Who knows who is gonna die?
How will he, choose who is going to die?

Hey watch out, here comes the ninja! Hi-yah!
Yah! Can't see the ninja?
You know that ain't really new
No, no, no, I'll kill you right out the blue!

Sneaking slow, all dressed in black
Next thing you know, you get attacked!
Shurikens are a ninja's fave weapon

Ninja is fast, ninja is quick
Ninja jump over the candlestick
And then pick it up and burn you to death*

Best look out, here comes the ninja! Hi-yah!
Yah! I am the ninja!
You know I ain't gonna die
No, no, no, it's YOU who is gonna die!
*Okay, this bit was definitely pinched from Ask A Ninja. Albeit it's only a paraphrase of a line, which went like this: 'Okay, gauntlet thrown, gauntlet picked up, and now I'm getting ready to bludgeon you to death with the gauntlet. LET'S GO!' Comedy gold, I assure you.

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Pacing: 3.5
How Funny: 3.3
Overall Rating: 3.3

Total Votes: 6

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Matthias - November 06, 2007 - Report this comment
Well... I am spoofer! He is spoofer! She is spoofer too! I am spoofer! He is spoofer! And I believe that you are spoofer too!!!! (You're not the only one familer with "Ask A Ninja" ;)
Red Ant - November 08, 2007 - Report this comment
"Ninja jump over the candlestick and then pick it up and burn you to death" LOL, even if it is sorta pinched. I had some small problems singing this with stresses seemingly in odd places, and you missed a few of the non-lyric vocals, but still helluva good job here, T-Cop- much better than my only attempt at it. 455.
Agrimorfee - November 09, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I DKAskaNinja, but that shouldn't be a hindrance to my enjoyment of the parody :). I don't think it matters much here. The only line that really got me was "Ninja jump over the candlestick". Yes, pretty random.
Rex - November 21, 2007 - Report this comment
To steal an old Chuck Norris joke, if you can see a ninja he can see you. If you can't see a ninja, you may be seconds away from death. Good work.
Below Average Dave ( - November 22, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Well. . .Um, I am not familiar with "Ask A Ninja". . .it seemed to pace a little lose, but not terribly so. . .the main thing that caught me off guard on this one was just that it represented a side of Ninjas that involves (what seems to be) rampant random violence, which is only part of what Ninja is about. . .just my opinion--you've done better.
gemainchains - February 18, 2008 - Report this comment
lol, with the first line i was laughing.

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