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Song Parodies -> "All Your Clips and Bullets"

Original Song Title:

"All You Sons and Daughters"

Original Performer:

Matthew Good

Parody Song Title:

"All Your Clips and Bullets"

Parody Written by:

Arch Vile

The Lyrics

Ok. Time to switch from a funny subject to a more serious one. I would hope that at some point during "March For Your Lives" (whenever that happens in March), that this song is performed. I can accept if some busker on the street would play this on guitar, or even on stage. I can understand that an assortment of reasons and causes, which have been debunked on multiple occasions, does not equate to taking away an innocent human life, b/c the Second Amendment gave you that opportunity. Even if that person was some complete stranger to you, and taking away their future made sense (no competition). One surprising fact I knew about Matthew Good is that he is a mental health activist, as well as musician. Poignant, as mental health seems to be the go-to scapegoat for mass shootings.
(Verse 1)
Walk from my house, take the bus
Hanging with friends, just a plus
Using textbooks, as halcyon
Never heard the when, or even the suspect’s how
It’s time to speak out
Your childhood has no doubt, both day and night
There is no innocence anymore

(Chorus)
All those clips and bullets, does not hide away your pain
Don’t bring that personal drama, you let the tears rain
Legacy is, full of shame

(Verse 2)
Like fire drills, heartbeats throb
From education, as my job
But we’re my lessons, not worth the time
Never heard the when, as I saw blood in the halls
It’s time to speak out
Adulthood has no doubt, both day and night
There is no innocence anymore

(Chorus)
The moral of the song: Don't become or make loners in high school. You could be dooming yourself and your peers. Since this song is fairly recent, chances are it won't be in the catalogue at the Karaoke bar I frequent. This is not a cumbersome distraction. I have finished looking at Season 2 of Breaking Bad, so track 4 of OK Breaking is on its way.

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Arch Vile - February 27, 2019 - Report this comment
Well. I am not surprised. Got a bit too flexible with the lyrics. I could have easily changed "as I saw blood in the halls" to "or even the suspect’s how" as in the first verse. I would not fault anyone that forwards this to the admins and have it removed.

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