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Song Parodies -> "Forty Gates and Forty Fights"

Original Song Title:

"Forty Days and Forty Nights"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Forty Gates and Forty Fights"

Parody Written by:

Parody Beast

The Lyrics

It's nearly time for lent, so it's time for a parody of what is known as Forty Days And Forty Nights.
Forty Gates and forty Fights
You commited to the wild;
Forty Gates and forty Fights,
Dreaded, and yet comrade.
Now they want your sorrow share
of your money on the rare,
Why is your unceasing dares
Having you to suffer pain?
Now you better write the press,
That might not assail
Or if took the wilderness,
That might not just fail!
So shall we have good luck?
I will not go shall be.
Take them two and do not shine,
Not will pass you faithfully.
5 Keep, now keep us, man of beast
And keep us by your side,
That with you I won't appear
But eternally decided
Source: One in Faith #421/hymnical.com

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