This Panic! at the Disco ‘I Write Sins’ parody about anti-vaxxers is the only thing you need to see today

Narjas Zatat@Narjas_Zatat
Tuesday 18 June 2019 08:00
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Some of the best things in life are gloriously simple.

A recent parody song to the tune of Panic! At the Disco’s 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' about anti-vaxxers is one of these things.

Twitter user and guitarist Jack Williams, who goes by sweet baby jack, decided to pen a short and sweet piece of music admonishing those who don’t believe in vaccinating their children.

It’s pretty epic.

Using emo kids’ favourite 2005 track, he re-worded the lyrics to hilarious results.

“Oh, well imagine,” he begins, keeping to the original lyrics before going off on a glorious rant.

As I’m pacing the aisle at Kroger Today and I can’t help but to hear – no I can’t but to hear an exchanging of words –

‘What a beautiful baby!’ What a beautiful baby, says one d***head to another. But what a shame, what a shame he’s gonna die before he’s four.

The song went on:

I chimed in with a ‘Haven’t you people ever heard of? Vaccinating your goddamn kids?’ Oh it’s much better to give your kids a shot, before they die of freaking chickenpox.

I chimed in with, ‘Haven’t you people ever heard of? Vaccinating your goddamn kids,’ Oh, it’s much better to give your kids a shot, before they die of preventable disease.

Here is the video...

Former emo kids rejoiced.

We're here for it.

And Jack? The people demand more parodies.

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