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Song Parodies -> "Silent Christians (On Secular Ground)"

Original Song Title:

"Silent Running (On Dangerous Ground)"

Original Performer:

Mike and the Mechanics

Parody Song Title:

"Silent Christians (On Secular Ground)"

Parody Written by:

Match62

The Lyrics

Put away your Crucifix
And hide all of your Bibles
By now the court case will be starting soon
Separate the Church and State
And everything they stand for
Believe in me. I'm with the ACLU

Can you hear them?
Can you hear those Christians?
Can you hear those Christians?
Can you hear them praying now?

There's a girl with a Nativity scene
She shows it every Christmas
Use it only where we do not see
And if you should praise your God
The Father and the Spirit
We'll sue you and make you cease and desist

Swear allegiance to the flag
As long as it's secular
Take Christian icons off your city seals
Teach them to pray quietly
For some day sons and daughters
Will rise up and fight Christian ideals

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