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Song Parodies -> "The Lord Jesus (revised edition)"

Original Song Title:

"Captain Planet theme"

Original Performer:

Phil Collins

Parody Song Title:

"The Lord Jesus (revised edition)"

Parody Written by:

Anthony AZ

The Lyrics

This parody might help you find joy in a world polluted with so much darkness.

"Go Jesus!"

"Have those virtues combined. I am the Lord Jesus!"

The Lord Jesus, He's our Hero
Gonna take our vices down to zero

He is our Lord, magnified
And He's fighting on His people's side

The Lord Jesus , He's our hero
Gonna wash away our sins to zero

Gonna see Him put asunder
Satan who likes to deceive and plunder

"We'll pray to you, O Lord Jesus!"

We're children of God
You can be one too
'Cause saving our lost souls is His thing to do!
Living in sin is not the way
Hear what the Lord Jesus has to say!

"Salvation is FREE!!!"
Check out the Gospel of John, chapter 3, verse 16, which is found in the Good Book. If you want to learn more about our hero, the Lord Jesus, find a fun church where people have a rockin' good time. That's because church doesn't have to be so boring. Jesus loves you, and may God bless you and give you peace :-)

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Voting Results

Pacing: 3.7
How Funny: 3.0
Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 6

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Lucy Ferrh - November 08, 2006 - Report this comment
Anthony....while your intent is obviously noble, I take exception to being preached at in any sphere of life, let alone on a site I visit to laugh. If I want a closer relationship with God, I will seek him out, or he will seek me out in a more profound way than some happy-clappy Christian getting in my face with a half-assed parody. Thank you and good night.
Nine-Inch-Niles - November 08, 2006 - Report this comment
Have you come here to play Jesus / To the lepers in your head? No. I think you've come here for forgiveness, my child. May Lucifer decapitate your befuddled head.
Anthony AZ - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
Lucy Ferrh, don't you think that was a little harsh? First of all, I am not "getting in [your] face". Secondly, I am only exercising my freedoms of religion and speech. Please be careful, the next time you even think of throwing accusations around, like that. It could be very hurtful and damaging. Also, I don't like your judgemental, anti-Christian attitude.
John Jenkins - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
Yes, it would seem that Lucy Ferrh is being a bit harsh. There are many, many political parodies on this site that "preach" some sort of agenda. So if Ms. Ferrh does not like preaching, she has many other parodies on which to leave her complaints. Keep the faith, Anthony.
Anthony AZ - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Hey, Brother John :) Many thanks for the encouragement. Obviously, you were sent by God. It's neither an accident nor a coincidence that you promptly commented on my comment and Lucy Ferrh's insult. Thanks again for your words of comfort, I needed them. :)
littleCupCakes - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Anthony, please give us more Parody. Your words are worth hearing!

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