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Song Parodies -> "Burn Down The Wal-mart"

Original Song Title:

"Burn Down The Mission"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Elton John

Parody Song Title:

"Burn Down The Wal-mart"

Parody Written by:

South Park Al

The Lyrics

they're hella-fair on things like groceries
that is why we come...my friends and me
some tradesmen getting desperate in our home
some of them may perish, cause their prices ain't as low

everybody...

now bring your family down to the big wide aisles
prices decreased...you'll see what your bucks can buy
behind these walls you're sold things , you don't need
its time we put the flame torch to these creeps

burn down the wal-mart
so free trade can stay alive
to some folks, "low-priced" is heaven
but small businessmen may die

burn down the wall-mart
burn it down, so others thrive
it may raise the cost of living
but all their greed...ain't justified

cheap are their goods...the girls can shop all day
my wife cried when she saw it burning away
but what more could we do, when big business swarms
then burn burn burn burn down their sacred halls

everybody...

now bring your family down to the big wide aisles
prices decreased...you'll see what your bucks can buy
behind these walls you're sold things , you don't need
its time we put the flame torch to these creeps

burn down the wal-mart
so free trade can stay alive
to some folks, "low-priced" is heaven
but small businessmen may die

burn down the wal-mart
burn it down, so others thrive
it may raise the cost of living
but all their greed...ain't justified




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Michael Pacholek - July 27, 2005 - Report this comment
Ironic: Wal-Mart won't sell some records with un-Christian lyrics, yet Sam Walton was truly a spawn of the Devil for what he did to countless downtowns... and still does, from beyond the grave.
John Barry - July 27, 2005 - Report this comment
Burn, slavers, burn! 5s
south park al - July 27, 2005 - Report this comment
thanks michael and john
Rick C - July 27, 2005 - Report this comment
Looks like a tough OS to parody but, you handled it beautifully. Nice message too....555
MasonR - July 27, 2005 - Report this comment
What Michael Pacholek said. This goes for Target, Kmart (what's left of it), and other "category killers" like Home Depot, which put my aunt and uncle's shades & shutters store out of business. Very effective parody.
Meriadoc - July 27, 2005 - Report this comment
Wonderful message Alvin! I was havig trouble remembering the verses to the OS, but your pacing was so great (as always) that it came back to me...
raddog20002002 - July 27, 2005 - Report this comment
Great job on the parody, Al! Have you seen my South Park parody "Demented Turkeys" yet?
Alex - July 28, 2005 - Report this comment
Good Idea!
MC2 - October 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Is that about the South Park episode that walmart took over the town?

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