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Song Parodies -> "My Sack of Dice"

Original Song Title:

"My Sacrifice"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"My Sack of Dice"

Parody Written by:

Rage Onyx

The Lyrics

Dedicated to table-top gamers everywhere. :-DIf you're not a gamer, you might not "get" some of it.. sorry.
Hello GM we meet again
I brought my dice
When do we begin?
Can't wait forever
We've shared so many memories
of perfect scores
That they rolled for me
Yeah I remember

And when I roll them
I'm free.. but careful.. as can be
Don't you dare touch them, they're mine!
See the love in my eyes
My sack of dice

It makes me sad, it makes me weep
The numbers on my d13 have faded
I can't replace it
If I could turn the hands of time
back to the day
they would shine before me
I'd be so happy

Mom gets them for me
For free.. she works at.. the factory
Don't you dare touch them, they're mine!
See the joy
In my eyes
My sack of dice

Help me roll a critical again
I just want to roll them all again
And so I roll them
With glee.. but gentle as can be
Don't you dare touch them, they're mine!
Tears of joy
In my eyes
My sack of dice
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