SINGLE CELLS (Parody of Jingle Bells)





 

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LYRICS FOR “SINGLE CELLS”
(Written by Don Caron)

They called us all snowflakes!
We thought that was quite nice.
All snowflakes are unique.
You’ll never see one twice,
and when they are combined
their unity is strong,
go stand beneath a calving glacier
If you think I’m wrong.

Single cells, shallow wells
calling people names
when there is no argument
then only that remains
single cells, shallow wells
going all the way
Fake news is their first response
for everything you say

Oh the things they will make up
sheeple call us sheep
then tell us to wake up
while they are fast asleep.
They’ll tell you what you think
so they can shoot it down
Then finish up with cogent points
like moron libtard clown

Single cells, shallow wells
calling people names
when there is no argument
then only that remains
single cells, shallow wells
going all the way
Fake news is their first response
for everything you say

They tell us we’re butt-hurt
But I don’t think it’s true
I think I’d notice if
my anus were askew
But that part feels just fine
no reason for concern
and I’m sure that isn’t what we meant
when we said “Feel the Bern.”

Single cells, shallow wells
calling people names
when there is no argument
then only that remains
single cells, shallow wells
going all the way
Fake news is their first response
for everything you say

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  1. Geoff

    Australia’s first conscriptees into WW2 were called chocos by the regular Army, on the expectation that they’d melt in the heat of battle. Their first action was the Kokoda trail, where they retreated from the Japanese nearly as far as Port Moresby. When the invasion force supply lines were stretched to the utmost, the chocos fought. And won.
    Do it smarter, like a choco, or a satirically brilliant snowflake.