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These are short parody lyrics set to the lyrics of songs by Bad Religion.

Bad Religion

Bad Religion's, "All There Is"
Better Lyrics:
This song goes out to all the homeless hobos
Living inside a box beside the Shop ní Save
The dirty nomads, they eat breadcrumbs, not Kraft dinners
And mark signs on the sidewalk just so they can talk
And every one needs a bath, wears flannel, smells bad
They are homeless, they are dirty
Add it up, you get a hobo, or a migrant
Either term can be used
In suburbs, tell me
Are hobos all there is?
Original Lyrics:
This song goes out to all the hopeless sinners
With grave allegiances so meaningless and vain
The walking wounded, in a pageant of contenders
Who walk upon a rail of pain for just a pail of rain
And everything is barely mist, blood relations and bricks
My expression, my confession
Add it up, extract a lesson more than this
Once again, like a bullet
As a friend, tell me
Can that be all there is?
Submitted by: Iseult the Fair

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