This Week in Religion

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by tepista » 03 Jul 2008, 11:53am

ApologetiX can claim the title of “premier band of the Christian Parody genre” with little or no competition.
We can start one
When I blast “I Love Apostle Paul,” the group’s take on Joan Jett and the Blackhearts’ “I Love Rock N’ Roll,”
I Love Sauza Paul sounds better
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Wolter » 03 Jul 2008, 11:55am

tepista wrote:
ApologetiX can claim the title of “premier band of the Christian Parody genre” with little or no competition.
We can start one
When I blast “I Love Apostle Paul,” the group’s take on Joan Jett and the Blackhearts’ “I Love Rock N’ Roll,”
I Love Sauza Paul sounds better
You could be like Bo Diddley and make all your songs Sauza-centric.
"There's something more honest, he believed, about traditional methods of mass starvation, labour camps, and machine gunning millions to death. Stalin was a vinyl guy who sneered at Truman converting everything to compact disc." - Thomas Jefferson

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by tepista » 03 Jul 2008, 12:39pm

Wolter wrote: You could be like Bo Diddley and make all your songs Sauza-centric.
"I'm Sauza Paul and I Want it Now" sung to the tune of the Queen song with a similar title

"Sauza Pauls" to AC/DCs "Big Balls"

"Sauza Pauls come Tumbling Down" John Cougar

"Sauza Pauling" like "London Calling"
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by JennyB » 03 Jul 2008, 3:00pm

tepista wrote:
Wolter wrote: You could be like Bo Diddley and make all your songs Sauza-centric.
"I'm Sauza Paul and I Want it Now" sung to the tune of the Queen song with a similar title

"Sauza Pauls" to AC/DCs "Big Balls"

"Sauza Pauls come Tumbling Down" John Cougar

"Sauza Pauling" like "London Calling"
"Sauza Paul" Oasis

"Sauza Pauls" by Sheena Easton

"Another Brick in the Sauza Paul" by Pink Floyd

Phil Spector's Sauza Paul of Sound.
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by tepista » 03 Jul 2008, 4:11pm

JennyB wrote:
Phil Spector's Sauza Paul of Sound.
I like that one!

The only Sheena Easton song I know is "My Baby Takes the Morning Train"
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by matedog » 03 Jul 2008, 4:23pm

Counting Flowers on the Sauza Paul
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Wolter » 03 Jul 2008, 4:25pm

You could do entire albums, like Metallica's ...And Sauza for Paul.
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Olaf » 03 Jul 2008, 6:32pm

It's only Sauza Paul but I like it
Paul in the U.S.A.
Sauza Paul Got Murdered
Brown-Eyed Sauza Paul
Sauza Paul Got Married

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by tepista » 03 Jul 2008, 6:37pm

Olaf wrote:I
Sauza Paul Got Murdered
I don't like that one at all
Sauza Paul Got Married
If you knew
Sauza Paul
Then you'd know he drank it all
Oh Sauza
My Sauza Pa-a-aul
Oh yes I love tequila, yes I love it Sauza Paul
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Olaf » 03 Jul 2008, 6:42pm

tepista wrote:
Olaf wrote:I
Sauza Paul Got Murdered
I don't like that one at all
It's one of the best tracks off SANTEPISTA!

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by JennyB » 03 Jul 2008, 8:16pm

tepista wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Phil Spector's Sauza Paul of Sound.
I like that one!

The only Sheena Easton song I know is "My Baby Takes the Morning Train"
It was a takeoff on Sugar Walls, which was written by Prince. Oh, and by Sugar Walls, she means vagina.
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Dr. Medulla » 03 Jul 2008, 8:18pm

:shifty:
JennyB wrote:
tepista wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Phil Spector's Sauza Paul of Sound.
I like that one!

The only Sheena Easton song I know is "My Baby Takes the Morning Train"
It was a takeoff on Sugar Walls, which was written by Prince. Oh, and by Sugar Walls, she means vagina.
Sugar and yeast—I'm no longer sure "bun in the oven" is a euphemism.
Walrus birth doesn't make good breakfast conversation!

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Still216 » 03 Jul 2008, 8:31pm

Wolter wrote:You could do entire albums, like Metallica's ...And Sauza for Paul.
Or Megadeth's Sauza Sells...But Who's Pauling?
Suicidal Tendencies' How Can I Sauza Paul Tomorrow When I Can't Even Tep Today and Controlled By Sauza...Feel Like Paul / Deja-Tep
Anthrax' Paulsistence Of Tep
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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Dr. Medulla » 03 Jul 2008, 8:34pm

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Re: This Week in Religion

Post by Wolter » 03 Jul 2008, 9:40pm

Still216 wrote:
Wolter wrote:You could do entire albums, like Metallica's ...And Sauza for Paul.
Or Megadeth's Sauza Sells...But Who's Pauling?
Suicidal Tendencies' How Can I Sauza Paul Tomorrow When I Can't Even Tep Today and Controlled By Sauza...Feel Like Paul / Deja-Tep
Anthrax' Paulsistence Of Tep
Pantepa's Paulgar Display of Sauza.
"There's something more honest, he believed, about traditional methods of mass starvation, labour camps, and machine gunning millions to death. Stalin was a vinyl guy who sneered at Truman converting everything to compact disc." - Thomas Jefferson

"But the gorilla thinks otherwise!"

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