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Song Parodies -> "Klingon Battle Hymn"

Original Song Title:

"Let's Face the Music and Dance"

Original Performer:

Fred Astaire

Parody Song Title:

"Klingon Battle Hymn"

Parody Written by:

Adam Eccleshall

The Lyrics

There may be Tribbles ahead
But with our Bat'leths, disruptors,
And ships, we've a chance
Don't wait for orders, advance!

Before those fuzzballs have bred
Before they've managed to eat their fill
And while we still have the chance
Lock on torpedoes, advance!

Soon, we'll have run out of room
Stuck in a furry tomb
May be a good day to die
But while their eating... or breeding... or both, we've a chance
Don't wait for orders, advance!
Lock on torpedoes, advance!


You're... going to Sto'Vo'Kor
Fighting eternal war
'til then...
There's still more Tribbles ahead
So take your Bat'leths and phasers, don't give them a chance
Don't wait for orders, advance!
Lock on torpedoes, Qapla'!

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tEmPoRaL RiFt SpOcK - May 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Like a deer in the headlights, all I could do was (a)staire! This was great in any dImEnSiOn or TiMeLiNe; loved the OS/subject matter/anit-matter incongruities!

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