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Song Parodies -> "Amazing Gas"

Original Song Title:

"Amazing Grace"

Original Performer:

John Newton

Parody Song Title:

"Amazing Gas"

Parody Written by:

Aaron Dodson

The Lyrics

I can't stand these mushy, boring old songs - thus Amazing Gas
Amazing gas! How bad the smell
That saved a witch like me
I once was found, but now I'm lost
It's the just like hide-and-seek

'Twas gas that made me turn to beer
And gas that Tums relieved
How greenish did that gas appear
The hour I first peed

Through many aches, pains and cramps
I have already come;
'Tis gas hath brought me safe thus far
And gas will soon exit from my rear

My intestines have promised good to me
The villi nutrition they secure
The smell my shield and protection be
As long as gas endures

Yea, when I light this match
And set ablaze my gas
I shall possess within the veil,
A life of constipation and pee

When we've farted 10,000 years
And see butts lining the sun
We've no more days to sing Gas's praise
Than when it came out of our rear

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Pacing: 3.4
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Overall Rating: 3.1

Total Votes: 8

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Me - October 13, 2003 - Report this comment
You are obviously in very bad taste; not only with the subject matter but by desecrating a beloved old song like this. Shame on you.

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