God's Filled Ya
April 15, 2003 9:48 AM   Subscribe

Parodeities' Greatest Hits Don't miss: Adam Was Made From Dust, Welcomed by the Devil, Takin' Care Of Jesus, and, of course, God's Filled Ya [mp3 links all].
posted by Shadowkeeper (5 comments total)
You know the noise construction workers make when they yell at each other through walls? "Try the next set of breakers Jimmy!" That's what this guy's singing sounds like. [This is good]
posted by machaus at 10:04 AM on April 15, 2003

Whoo-hoo! The most useless post ever!
The web page describes the useless utterings of the "Weird Al Yankovic" (it's gotta be comedy, right...?) of the Christian music scene. I can't actually download any of the MP3s (I'm at work), so I'm stuck reading this guy's apologies for his work.

I also checked out WEBster, just for the hell of it. Do Christians wonder why they're not taken seriously? Start here.
posted by FormlessOne at 10:09 AM on April 15, 2003

My favourites are "What Would Jesus Do" to the theme of Scooby Doo and the Lord's Prayer sung to the tune of "Pretty Woman"
posted by Robot Johnny at 11:03 AM on April 15, 2003

I cannot believe what I just heard. This made me very happy and filled with peace at the end of a very stressful day. You can't sell me your wacky "sure ya bin good, but yer gwine ter hail" religion, but gawsh dang it, humour is a wonderful thing.
posted by chrid at 12:21 PM on April 15, 2003

Just discovered: all the Parodieties lyrics [in a pdf file].

And Formless: The author has put all of his work (including CD cover artwork and his early, experimental stuff) on the Internet where anyone can swipe (or mock) it. I'm an atheist myself, but I gotta admire the man's generosity, creativity and courage. He's clearly put a lot more time and effort into his Parodieties than you put into your post dismissing it all as "utterly useless" (and then admitting that you can't even hear the songs in questions).
posted by Shadowkeeper at 12:54 PM on April 15, 2003

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