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Song Parodies -> "Geese,Last Name Howard"

Original Song Title:

"Beast And The Harlot"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Avenged Sevenfold

Parody Song Title:

"Geese,Last Name Howard"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Here's a song to you Geese Howard fans.
The southern city full of crime,a war cry from innocence
There's more than meets the eye round here,a special high rise building there
The city of Southtown
There sat an Art of Fighting boss,now a Fatal Fury foe
He doesn't look like a goose to me and he will come and go
Geese,last name Howard

He's a southtown undertaker,he's a rage against a fighting spirit that is similar to
Terry Bogard,the southtown street brawler with an upward spiral kick
Fallen now is Terry Bogard's dad

Geese Howard dressed in white robe,and red goofy trousers too
His uppercut creates a ground energy wave that surges
Far right toward you
Geese can block your jump attacks and counter you with a body slam
He can hit the ground with both hands for a Raising Storm
Geese,last name Howard

He's a southtown undertaker,he's a rage against a fighting spirit that is similar to
Terry Bogard,the southtown street brawler who pulls off the Power Wave
Fallen now is Terry Bogard's dad

The day has come for Geese Howard,if you're not his servant,you'll be slammed to the ground
Terry Bogard's rising tackle,turning back for no reason when Geese is around
Forget about your fairytales and someone has to kill Geese,this is not the wrong decision for you to ignore
So you don't wanna serve Geese so be a champ today to him you're living in this city where your future is now forever

He's a southtown undertaker,he's a rage against a fighting spirit that is similar to
Terry Bogard,the southtown street brawler with a burning knuckle move
Fallen now is Terry Bogard's dad

He's a southtown undertaker,he's a rage against a fighting spirit that is similar to
Terry Bogard,the southtown street brawler with a flying overhead kick
Fallen now is Terry Bogard's dad

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Overall Rating: 2.2

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Ryan Quinn - September 27, 2005 - Report this comment
Bat Country and now this! I'm 90-100% sure you're my new favourite writer. Make sure to check out my stuff, and keep rocking with A7X!
I HATE YOU - September 30, 2005 - Report this comment
ugh....stupid
Dawn - October 23, 2005 - Report this comment
Oh My!!! i couldnt even finish this one, i totally agree with "I HATE YOU" on that one...but i could use far more harsh words than that! Bat Country now this!! 90-100% sure u totally suck and i dont know what "Ryan Quinn" see's in u! Do All us Hardcore A7X fans a favor and STOP uses their songs!
Geese Howard Fanclub President - November 20, 2005 - Report this comment
That's hilarious! I'm a Fatal Fury/Geese Howard fan and I support this parody 100% :D
Geese is tite - October 19, 2006 - Report this comment
with the time you spent on that poem you could've wacked it twice n00b!

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