10 Christian Versions of Hit Songs
The most popular rule of the internet, Rule 34, states that for any given subject, “there is porn of it, no exceptions.” Is there also a law stating that for any song, there’s a mandatory Christian version on YouTube? Here are 10 Christian parodies of pop songs, but believe me, there were many, many more (Heaven help us):
“Super Grace” (A Parody of “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj) – Raychel Manko
Ironically, everyone hooked-up during the shooting of this video.
“My Faith” (A Parody of “My Humps” by BEP) – Tween Jesus & Me
Black Eyed Peas on Earth, Good will.i.am.
Crank Dat Holy Ghost (A Parody of “Crank That” by Soulja Boy) – Da Saints
Tell ‘em about that rapping ghost.
“Born To Save” (A Parody of “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga) – Kirkshaw Records
It’s easy to tell these guys are Lady Gaga fans!
“Our God Really Rocks” (A Parody of “Tik Tok” by Ke$ha) – Kathi Lourdes
Old people are, of course, the prime demographic for Ke$ha parodies.
“Praying Like A Christian” (A Parody of “Party Like A Rock Star” by Shop Boyz) – c0casian
You’re not a rock star until you’ve pretended to shred in a children’s playground.
“Chosen Ladies” (A Parody of “Single Ladies” by Beyonce) – Jennifer W
The original has a strong pro-marriage message, so naturally, this parody was needed.
JesusBack (A Parody of “SexyBack” by Justin Timberlake) – EndunaMusic
Justin is my shepherd.
“Jesus” (A Parody of “Judas” by Lady Gaga) – Tpindell
Production values-wise, it’s all down hill from the logo.
“Sunday” (A Parody of “Friday” by Rebecca Black) – Sadie B
I need to do more soul-searching, but I think I prefer this version?
Geoffrey Golden is the Editor-In-Chief of The Devastator: The Quarterly Comedy Magazine For Humans!