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Song Parodies -> "Get Out, Profantiy"

Original Song Title:

"God Bless America"

Original Performer:

Irving Berlin

Parody Song Title:

"Get Out, Profantiy"

Parody Written by:

WhizkidF

The Lyrics

Yes, you've heard cursing words on the media, and you know that it can be anywhere. I wrote this parody to show that THESE WORDS REALLY PRESS MY BUTTONS! Even at a family friendly place, I'm perplexed about many teens echoing the Lord's name in vain.
From the grocery stores,
To the interstates,
To the crowded school halls,
Profane words create,

A sad world for children,
Make the rule-world gray,
Here's a persuasive point
That I'm gonna say:

Get out, profanity!
Annoying words,
You're a pet peeve,
I believe
All the obscenity is absurd.

From four letters,
To the b-tubs,
To our God's name,
Said in vain.

Profanity won't be
Heard from again!

Profanity won't be
Heard from again!

Spoken: In schools, formal places, and other family oriented locations, literally.

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Pacing: 2.3
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Overall Rating: 2.8

Total Votes: 6

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