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Song Parodies -> "Swing The Scepter"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Prodigy

Parody Song Title:

"Swing The Scepter"

Parody Written by:

Stilated Wolf

The Lyrics

Sing for revolution.
Swing the scepter,
be swimming in land's treasure,
but at the cost of privacy!

Swing the scepter,
and cut shop-ribbons with scissors!
That's democratic system insane!

Complain all day...
Wipe my butt, dumb butler! Yacht is too small!
Complain all day...
Throne speech! Throne speech! Throne speech!

Swing the scepter,
when into cars you're crashing!
Sue them directly, trial you'll win!

Swing the scepter,
and wear a robe of vixens,
that you may shoot within the wood-plains!

Complain all day...
I broek my big toenail, lost a penny!
Complain all day...
Tabloids, tabloids, tabloids!

(electronic-sounding music solo, made by resonating golden coins rattling)

Swing the scepter.
ten millions watch your marriage,
tackle a rich spouse, heritage chain!
Swing the scepter,
and make some kids to keep it!
To keep extorting the plain!

Complain all day...
Not the first in big list of wealthy people!
Complain all day...
Bill Gates! Bill Gates! Bill Gates...

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