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Song Parodies -> "Lacy"

Original Song Title:

"Lady"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Styx

Parody Song Title:

"Lacy"

Parody Written by:

victor fernando magana

The Lyrics

A tribute to one of my favorite SDA ministers, Lacy White, his wife Bessie, and their ministry experience in Fresno, California
Lacy
Was the pastor at Westside
Fresno, Ca-li-for-ni-a
Bessie
Is his wife and an actress
Singing and directing good plays

They once
Butted heads with the Conference
Just to worship their own way
Lost his
Steady paycheck and pulpit
Then they started Temple of Praise

CHORUS#1: Pastor Lacy
Aaron's daddy
Plays the saxophone
Preaching clear and upbeat
Pastor Lacy

Lacy
Loved his new congregation
Bessie helped him nurture them
Suffered, then he conquered an illness
Spider with a mean baby face

CHORUS #2:Pastor Lacy
Moved to Georgia
Still plays saxophone
Preaching clear and upbeat
Pastor Lacy

CHORUS #1: (REPEAT)

THE END
Copyright 2003Victor Fernando Magana

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