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Original Song Title:

"The Song of Eternal Leader Kim Il Sung"

Original Performer:

National Anthem

Parody Song Title:

"The Song of a Certain Hilariously Snarky Weblog"

Parody Written by:

Iludium Phosdex

The Lyrics

Never mind that the National Hymn under parody is that of North Korea (you can follow along with the melody here, if interested), but I trust the attempt will be appreciated. Note also the allusion to "Loony Radio," a popular weekly radio programme down Argentina way as is broadcast from an insane asylum outside Buenos Aires every Saturday afternoon; it's been known to get rather hilarious.
Who could believe that a blog so snarky
Existeth on the Innertubes,
Taking on the world as it exists
For the People Now on Earth--
Its style is rather unpredictable,
But can get to be like "Loony Radio"
(Down in the Argentine);
Its name, know, is "The Exaggerator,"
So remember it well;
It's the Dark Satanic Mills of Snarkiness,
Giving Drudge, Limbaugh and their ilk all their due
(If you know whom I mean);
This blog is called "The Exaggerator";
Remember that name!
For those of you who want to see that blog for yourself ...

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