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Song Parodies -> "A Child Bromance"

Original Song Title:

"A Fine Romance"

Original Performer:

Ella Fitzgerald

Parody Song Title:

"A Child Bromance"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

A child bromance with no misses,
A child Rome-mance, guys bent, kisses.
Priests’ wood is not ensconed in the slots of dames, no;
The boys are poled when vestments stray. Is there shame? No.

A guy romance, enforced nestling,
A guy romance by forced wrestling.
The tykes get felt and frigged;
No one looks askance
As priests rip off boys’s pants.
This is a tyke Rome-mance.

A child bromance of bad fellows;
They make romance while lads bellow.
They calm ’em with appeals
To heavenward motion,
Tell ’em they won’t get in
If they expose bros’ fun.

A guy Rome-mance with no morals;
The test’ results come from orals.
So prelate lust increased—
They had every chance.
The high priests averted glance
From nixing child bromance.

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Patrick - May 19, 2011 - Report this comment
Don't know the original song, but the term Rome-mance is quite a clever play on words. I made it through many years of Catholic schooling, including as an altar boy without ever seeing a priest do anything immoral, nor do I recall any time or place where a priest would have had the opportunity to molest someone. In an age when homosexuals could not be open about their orientation, the celibate priesthood was a good place to hide. A decline in priestly vocations, caused in part by the celibacy rules, caused the Church to become lax about screening candidates. The only impact of the sexual revolution was that victims were less inclined to let shame stand in the way of revealing what had happened to them. A greater openness about sexual matters didn't cause the pedophile crisis, it made it a lot easier to expose.
AFW - May 19, 2011 - Report this comment
I agree with Patrick opn the Rome-ance line..

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