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Song Parodies -> "Alter Boy Was Drunk"

Original Song Title:

"Renegades Of Funk"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Rage Against The Machine

Parody Song Title:

"Alter Boy Was Drunk"

Parody Written by:

Mikey Boy

The Lyrics

Its time for church, so get ready now
Its time for church, so get ready now
Theres alter boys in this day in age
Working for preist so they get paid
Alter boys in this day in age
Working for preist so they get paid

In the church on Sunday morning getting ready for the mass
The alter boy was having shorten a's
With the minister and slaves
And then the reading came, he dropped the bible on the stage
Then puked all over the priests brand new purple cape
His mouth was full, vomitation came
Drinking too much of the double x
He was drunken under age
So many sickening ways

The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk

The priest gave him another chance on next Sunday
He seemed fine by tthe hope of temptation
He fell down on the stage and
He hit an old lady accidently in the face and
The cops came and everyone there in the audience chants like
Glory be
Kill this freak
Alter boys weak
Alter boys weak
Alter boys weak
Alter boys weak
Alter boys weak
Alter boys weak

Now some reason the priest let him do it Saturday night
It was his last chance in all
This time he would really fall
Hes the alter boy of the people
He can't drink too much wine
But he did it like every week
And hit the minister tearing his cheek
C'mon

The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk

Drinkin, livin, smokin, no more alter boy
Because the priest fired him with so much joy
Drinkin, livin, smokin, no more alter boy
Because the priest fired him with so much joy
Drinkin, livin, smokin, no more alter boy
Because the priest fired him with so much joy
Drinkin, livin, smokin, no more alter boy

The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk
The alter boy was drunk

The alter boy got drunk
And no way he was stopping
He puked on a priest and hit an old lady
Also hitting a priest and ripping a bible
Hes gotta go to confession and confess
The priest would quit because
He was embarrased from all his peeps
He drove far away out of town
And could never be found
He vainshed out of our days
And the alter boy became the reverend

Say jam reverend
Say jam reverend
Say groove reverend
Say groove reverend
Say dance reverend
Say dance reverend
Say move reverend
Say move reverend
Say jam reverend
Say jam reverend
Say groove reverend
Say groove reverend
Say dance reverend
Say dance reverend
Say move reverend
Say move reverend

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MrMacphisto - November 06, 2004 - Report this comment
Funny, and the original was great
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