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Song Parodies -> "Knights Of Sprite Satan"

Original Song Title:

"Nights in White Satin"

Original Performer:

Moody Blues

Parody Song Title:

"Knights Of Sprite Satan"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

Knights of sprite satan, go scrub your rear ends,
Sharts you've been shattin', doesn't fool us, Amen!.
Beauty you did insist, should make God adore.
You know the truth is, something you can't ignore.

Now He snubs you, yes He snubs you, oh how He snubs you.

Blazing in evil, deals contraband,
Just where you're going to, you won't find this man.
Some try to tell me, you're only pretend,
'Cause what you do, you see, you'll fry in the end.

Still He snubs you, yes He snubs you,
He'll ever snub you, 'cause you hate the Jew.

Pilot spoke Latin, in you so he did trust,
Satan I'm tellin' you, you're bitin' the dust.
Booty of mine please kiss, His Church is no whore.
You tell no truth-es, 'Cause you're so hardcore.

Still He snubs you, yes He snubs you,
He'll ever snub you, 'cause you hate the Jew.
Still He snubs you, yes He snubs you,
He'll ever snub you, 'cause you hate the Jew.

(Heavenly harp music intro and background through the poetic part)

Sow - Reap,
And what comes in bloom?
God betrayed,
You're bound for doom.
Death bed bound people,
Some choose to repent.
And all your lies useless,
Death brings ascent.

Dark deeds uncovered,
Where will you run?
Only man cries for His love,
That you shun.
You'll know the tricks up,
When down rides the Son.
Seen your denizens,
No fire of tongues.

Cold hearted orb,
You rule the night.
Tempts us with dollars,
Vain delight,
Dread the day and
Fear the fright.
Our will decides,
What is right,
What is your confusion.

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 3

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alvin - October 11, 2007 - Report this comment
the devil you say ?...nice jab (with a pitchfork)
Tommy Turtle - October 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Dante would have been proud.... (uh, was "Pilot" a reference to Pontius Pilate? Pea-brain turtles confuse easily.)
Guy - October 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Alvin - Carmen's "satan Bite the Dust" was the inspiration for this parody. The song is on my website. I even put his "dust" line into the parody. Carmen didn't use a pitchfork - he just said he was going to kick him where it hurts wherever that would be on the beast. Thanks for the comment and I assume vote. TT Yes if Pontius P. was the same reference in your parody "The Wonderful Jew". I called him "Pilot" because he was sailing so high with the crowd. Too bad he crashed and burned, or not. Thank you TT.
MrMacphisto - October 11, 2007 - Report this comment
I'm not religious at all, but I could appreciate the craftmanship here... 5-5-5
TT - October 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Okay, great pun! ... thanks for the enlightenment (so to speak)..
Guy - October 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Thanks MrMac, and I'm not "RELIGIOUS" either, I just have some really great personal relationships with three well known folks and a really bad one with one other. :) Thanks again TT.
Agrimorfee - October 12, 2007 - Report this comment

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