Westboro Baptist Church make homophobic Panic! At The Disco parody, “You Love Sin What A Tragedy”

July 18, 2014 by Matt Crane

Westboro Baptist Church make homophobic Panic! At The Disco parody, “You Love Sin What A Tragedy”

Shitty homophobic organization Westboro Baptist Church are planning on picketing Panic! At The Disco’s Kansas City, Missouri concert on July 20. The church, infamous for their “God Hates Fags” protests, are claiming that that singer Brendon Urie brags about his perversions and such have targeted the band. But the church have even taken it a step further: They’ve recorded a terrible, homophobic parody of Panic!’s 2006 hit, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”—now renamed “You Love Sin What A Tragedy.” You can read the pathetic lyrics and hear the song below.

"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 aga"

Brendon Urie will be performing at the inaugural AP Music Awards on July 21 and is nominated for a bunch of awards like Vocalist Of The Year. Tickets are still on sale.

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