Westboro Baptist Church Post Panic! at the Disco Parody

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Well, we know we should have seen this coming especially after the Westboro Baptist Church told us they would do this. 

Yesterday afternoon, the religious freaks that we all utterly dislike and disagree with (and wish would abducted by vicious aliens), released their parody of Panic! at the Disco’s breakthrough song, “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies” from their debut album, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. 

Their parody, if you wish to call it that, not surprisingly comes just a few days before the show that the WBC announced they would be picketing; Kansas City, Missouri on July 20. 

The attempted song is titled “You Love Sin What a Tragedy.” What a way to bring up publicity for you lackluster petition and “mission.” 

If you want to listen to it and lose a couple of brain cells in the process, head on over here, though we are sure you should just read the lyrics and not condone their immature antics. 

Lyrics:

Oh, they imagine
Such a vain thing, the God of the Bible’s no more 
And it’s not a sin they cheer 
Pushing vile affection with great swelling words 
“Being gay is a blessing! What a beautiful wedding!” says the fag’s mom to a hater

And the whole crowd has no shame, what a shame, they’re all fags, fag pimps or whores

We chime in with a
Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Word of God?
No, you all rebel against the King of Kings 
With a sense of pride and immorality

We chime in
Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Word of God?
No, you all rebel against the King of Kings 
With a sense of…

Oh! You all say
It’s okay to be gay
The way to fag marriage has been paved
Well this calls for some truth, now

You’re all insane

Oh! You all say
It’s okay to be gay
Because practically fag marriage will stay
Well this calls for some truth

You’re all insane, fags are profane

We chime in with a
Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Word of God?
No, you all rebel against the King of Kings 
With a sense of pride and immorality again

We chime in
Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Lord your God?
No, you all rebel against the King of Kings 
With a sense of pride and immorality

We chime in
Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Lord your God?
No, you all rebel against the King of Kings 
With a sense of pride and immorality again

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