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Song Parodies -> "Paranoia Agent"

Original Song Title:

"Papercut"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Linkin Park

Parody Song Title:

"Paranoia Agent"

Parody Written by:

Joel Martinez

The Lyrics

Just like Weird Al thought the eye of the tiger by Violator was a good theme for the Rocky movie, I believe that this song would work more than perfectly for the theme of one of the best horror anime features ever assembled (and in case you DKTOS, click here, the cool thing about it is, not only will the link take you to the OS, but you'll even see a video made for the song that is composed of clips for the show that this parody is based on!)
Why does this kid slaughter each day
People whose lives have been disdained
Why is the reason that he slays
Paranoia that manifests
Don't know who started this curse
Or if they ended up dead
But I know the name of that kid, who
With a broken bat causes bloodshed

He has a face that can terrify
And skates that to say, he rolls with each night
He makes Freddy, Jason , and Chucky cry
And yet laughs when there's no joke at all
(Cause he finds death funny)

So then if you'd rather watch Invader Zim
More than watch Paranoia Agent, guess that makes you a wimp

When you are paranoid, run off and don't look back
Never try hiding inside of your head
When you have trauma from the past or future
You will just end up being killed by Lil Slugger

I know now how he came, that freak
No, it was not that dog, Maromi
It was that cursed girl, Tsukiko
She obviously started this first
I don't know what ended that curse, but I know how it began
It all started far, near a park, the story is kind of dark
Mostly for puppy fans

She was taking her baby dog for a walk, ajar
She left the leash, when she looked somewhere far
When *SPLAT!* her dog was pancaked by a car
If Dad found out you'd get flogged good and bawl

(So she had to deceive)
By saying "because it came, because of him"
Now this little lie has become the truth, and he's killed ever since

He looks like, a young boy, with a fro wig and hat
Really a giant demonic specter
When darkness overcomes the heart, he comes in
To once and for all cease your pain, and suffering

This show's better than Zoids, and or Inuyasha
It's more engaging than Ranma or Beck
It's all quite scary, has more gore than Trigun
It's like the only thing that sucks, is the theme song

Our fears inside's the reason he's killing (3x's)

He'll leave somehow, when Tsukiko at last sees
What killed her hound, was really an SUV

(Last part)

When you have trauma from the past or future
When you wish, it would not get any further
When all your problems to them, they have no cure
You will just end up being killed by Lil Slugger
Yup, he's totally better than all those other wussy horror villains! Cause he appeared more times than they all did (12 times to be precise!)

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