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Westboro Baptist Church Releases Unlistenable Fall Out Boy Parody

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Satan’s little helpers Westboro Baptist Church have made a habit out of telling everyone who God hates (homosexuals, troops, Barack Obama), but one thing is for sure: If God is up there, he definitely hates this song.

Obviously encouraged by the press they received for their recent parody of a Panic! At the Disco song, the oblivious antagonists at the WBC have now misdirected their anger toward the equally harmless Fall Out Boy. The organization, which is apparently planning to protest at the band’s show in Missouri on Aug. 9, has posted another horrible attempt at music — a timely parody of FOB’s 2007 hit ‘Thnks fr th Mmrs.’

But while the lyrical jab at P!ATD was seething with homophobia, WBC’s new song is broader in its idiocy and serves more as an unrequited love letter to God (who stopped listening to Fall Out Boy once they signed to a major label, you guys).

If you had trouble making out those lyrics, good for you. But if you’re a glutton for punishment, here they are:

The cords you cast and bands you break
(rage and imagine a vain thing)
Say a prayer but you won’t eat the roll
You think God doesn’t know?
Shut his people up, won’t make things right
‘cause it’s your wrongs that show you need the bread of life
“Who does he think he is?”
If that’s the way you think
then God Almighty’s your enemy

One God, one truth, one way
Thank God for everything
To the Lord our praises sing
“His word like honey, only sweeter,”
He wounds, heals, makes alive and kills
Thank God for everything, Thank God for everything
“The voice of God breaketh the cedars”

Look close at your eternal future
But your eyesight is goin’ bad
You’re headed to Hell
Follow your lusts and us ignore
Your time to repent (repent will pass)
The chaff he’ll fan (chaff he’ll fan)

One God, one truth, one way
Thank God for everything
To the Lord our praises sing
“His word like honey, only sweeter,”
He wounds, heals, makes alive and kills
Thank God for everything, Thank God for everything
“The voice of God breaketh the cedars”

You think abomination has some strength in numbers?
Like that Great Whore, paying all her lovers
His word is out of mind and His hatred only grows
Instead of obeying God, your filthy sins you pursued, whoa

One God, one truth, one way
Thank God for everything
To the Lord our praises sing
“His word like honey, only sweeter,”
He wounds, heals, makes alive and kills
Thank God for everything, Thank God for everything
“The voice of God breaketh the cedars”

One God, one truth, one way (One God one truth one way)
Thank God for everything
To the Lord our praises sing
“His word like honey, only sweeter.” (Oh)

One God, one truth, one way (One God one truth one way)
Thank God for everything, Thank God for everything (Thank God for everything, Thank God for everything)
“The voice of God breaketh the cedars” (Oh)

And all that after Fall Out Boy (with a little help from WBC favorite Elton John) went and saved rock ‘n’ roll:

Next: Ben Gibbard Responds to Westboro Baptist Church's Attack

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