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Song Parodies -> "God Told Him So"

Original Song Title:

"God Only Knows"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Beach Boys

Parody Song Title:

"God Told Him So"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

(instrumental intro)

The world hates George W.
He thinks his oil war has virtue.
Bushies don't need to shout it;
Shrub made us so sure about it.
"God told him so," say the sheep, of W.

War is "good" for the greedy;
Helps to distract from all the needy.
So says Bush, religious looney:
"From God, power's given to me!"
"God told him so," say the sheep, of W.

(instrumental break with vocal ad lib)

"God told him so," say the sheep, of W.

War is "good" for the greedy;
Helps to distract from all the needy.
So says Bush, religious looney:
"From God, power's given to me!"
"God told him so," say the sheep, of W...
"God told him so," say the sheep, of W...
"God told him so," say the sheep, of W...
"God told him so," say the sheep, of W...

(repeat last line and fade)

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Total Votes: 57

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