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Song Parodies -> "God bless Canada, eh!"

Original Song Title:

"God Bless the USA"

Original Performer:

Lee Greenwood

Parody Song Title:

"God bless Canada, eh!"

Parody Written by:

Kate Un-Heney

The Lyrics

I made this ON canada day, but (if it makes it) it won't show up until July 2nd...I sincerely hope this doesn't offend any Americans or Canadians alike (or Europeans, even...). I think this song is beautiful, and the parody is meant to be (mostly) serious. And I've feminized it - - Tah-tah
If tomorrow, all the things were gone I'd worked for all my life
And my chesterfield was filled with just my children and my guy,
I'd thank my lucky stars that our Walk 'o fame maintains,
Cuz our maple leaf means freedom, and they can't take that away-eh!?

and I'm Proud to be A Canadian,
Where at least the bacon's free
And I won't forget the pigs who died
and gave my food to me
And I'll proudly stand up next to you, not in igloos, as they say,
'Cuz I know that I love this land, God bless Canada, eh!

From the lakes of Ontario, and the mountains in BC
across the plains of Manitoba, sea to gleaming sea
From Toronto up to Banff, Iqualuit to Calgary
Let us not forget our maritimes that make us hosers see-ee

That I'm proud to be A Canadian,
Where at least the syrup's free
And I won't forget the trees who grew
and gave that food to me
And I'll proudly stand up next to you, in our french and english ways
'Cuz I know that I love this land, God bless Canada, eh!

Copyright 2003 Me :P *Note* there are so many things that make us Canadians so unique - I didn't mention our 'aboot' (which is a complete MISTAKE, since we do NOT say aboot!), crazy Newfie jokes, Our lovely Jean Poutine, the referendum, and our newest legalizations relating to marriage and such. What a crazy place to be - HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CANADA!

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Pacing: 3.3
How Funny: 3.1
Overall Rating: 3.4

Total Votes: 21

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royce miller - July 02, 2003 - Report this comment
Good for you--patriotic, good song
Jeff Reuben - July 02, 2003 - Report this comment
This was good, I wasn't offended
FuNkY mOnKeY - July 02, 2003 - Report this comment
Yeeeeaaaah!! Go Canadians! We rock! Woo! I'm from Southern Ontario, and have a Newfie friend whose jokes all have a Newfoundlander in them somehow! But anyway nice job on the parody! "At least the syrup's free"...I think I'll be singing the song like that from now on. Haha.
Kate Un-Heney - July 02, 2003 - Report this comment
Aw, thanks guys! I totally appreciate that : ) and for funky Monkey--*tear tear* I'm, so glad my song will stay with you...hehe
Wild Man - July 02, 2003 - Report this comment
Very good, Kate Some Canadian are my neigbors all winter, aye.
Michael Pacholek - July 02, 2003 - Report this comment
Happy anniversary, congratulations on Vancouver getting the 2010 Winter Olympics, and a salute to the freest nation on Earth! (At least until January 20, 2005, anyway.) Grits forever, and I don't mean Southern food! And being from New Jersey, let me say that we will take very good care of your Stanley Cup. Hadda get that in.
Stupid_cupid - July 05, 2003 - Report this comment
It is offending canada by saying hi he he he he just jokin it's good
Bihohammeradeloskiamandlemaskitorianalsomaide - October 14, 2003 - Report this comment
uh.......canadian bacon ain't dat good...........uh........hello............bye
Dr.Evil - May 27, 2004 - Report this comment
l liked it
Dr.Doom - September 03, 2004 - Report this comment
Mr. Canada - June 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Beautifal. You bloody rock. Anyone who finds THAT offencive either needs to be slapped silly or get a sence of humour.
the boss - March 22, 2009 - Report this comment
why would u disrespect canada with changhing the ;yrics like that wtf is wrong with u what do u have nothing better to do
kateee - May 04, 2009 - Report this comment
I just heard the original song. Shame on you for making fun of it. It was written for our deceased Canadian Soldiers....all I can say is again, "Shame on you!!!"
Greg - May 04, 2009 - Report this comment
I am so proud that Lee Greenwood would change the words to his song to have Canadian words. Obviously he thought enough of the men and women who died in Canada to change the words. Shame on you for changing the words. Shame on the Canadians who think your words were funny. After viewing the film clip of the cofins of the dead soldiers returning to Canada and hearing the song I am truly ashamed of you and you should definately take this " crap" off of the internet.
Bruce S. - June 01, 2009 - Report this comment
You honestly think this is funny? Don't mind poking a little fun at ourselves, but you stepped over the line on this one. You should be embarrassed for even posting this crap.
Russty - June 22, 2009 - Report this comment
I know that we should be relaxed enough to tak a look at the humour in even the darkest moments of our lives: I for one do so regularly. However, I am also a soldier serving in Afghanistan. As others have said: you have crossed the line. But, you know what? Soldiers fight and die for YOU so that you can express even such disrespect. We will continue to do so.
white trash - June 22, 2009 - Report this comment
my comment is for kates comment of making fun its not making fun of the song its parody the song theres a big difference
bobaloo - July 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Great parody, and thanks for at least thinking of our Country. Too many citizens just use this Country as a gateway to somewhere else.Too bad. I love this Country and your parody was humourous and with point. Not malicious or disrespectful. Thanks.
Me - May 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Yes, this song honors fallen soldiers and we should respect that. But this parody isn't poking fun at the soldiers, just showing how proud Kate is of Canada's amazing quirks. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that, and in fact I think its nice that she took the time to show off what she loves about her country.
Kate - actually! - August 03, 2010 - Report this comment
This is so funny - I wrote this song when I was about 14 years old (now 21) and just stumbled across it again when doing that typical 'google of yourself' It's kind of hilarious and depressing to see the comments that are so critical - a preteen girl writing a parody tribute song to Canada based on the Lee Greenwood US version on the internet - with a touch of humor in order to appreciate Canada as I saw it as a naive 14 year old - And that is disrespectful to soldiers? Sorry, but I fail to see your point. Apologies if it was really that offensive - did I make fun of soldiers? of sacrifice? It doesn't seem that way to me. Let's take a step back, stop getting offended and uppity about innocent fun, and appreciate the creativity of kids, no? Ugh. I want to support our soldiers (not war, but people), but I keep meeting ignorant defenders of war who make that harder and harder to do as long as I have any amount of intelligence and conscience. No disrespect. As a note, I don't think I knew that the "God Bless Canada" song existed when I was 14. Sorry folks! In any case, hope I didn't come off like a crazy adult female! Just defending my childhood here :)
Mickey - November 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Very Funny!!!Any chance of sending me a copy of the song PLEASE!!
EH2ZED - December 24, 2012 - Report this comment
This is for Bihohammeradeloskiamandlemaskitorinanalsonmaide; it's not Canadian bacon, it's back bacon. I know the syrup's free if you tap it from a maple, but if you get it at a store you must pay Value Added Tax. Although I was born "you know where," at least it was on Canada Day, and one more thing I need to talk aboot; when you say "eh," that's just a polite way of saying now it's your turn to talk, eh? G'day.

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