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2000

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The 19 Songs

1. Play That Funny Music
Parody of "Play That Funky Music" by Wild Cherry
Lyrics

2. Fishin' On A Pier
Parody of "Livin' on a Prayer" by Bon Jovi
Lyrics

3. Pray Now (Lost Art)
Parody of "All Star" by Smash Mouth
Lyrics | MP3

4. Elijah
Parody of "Elvira" by Oak Ridge Boys
Lyrics

5. Sin Can Be Resistible
Parody of "Simply Irresistible" by Robert Palmer
Lyrics

6. Trooth
Parody of "Smooth" by Santana Featuring Rob Thomas
Lyrics

7. La Bible
Parody of "La Bamba" by Ritchie Valens
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8. I Want in That Place
Parody of "I Want it That Way" by The Backstreet Boys
Lyrics

9. Crowd of Foreign Girls
Parody of "California Girls" by The Beach Boys
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10. Choirboy
Parody of "Cowboy" by Kid Rock
Lyrics | MP3

11. Every Crown Has Its Thorns
Parody of "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison
Lyrics

12. Livin What Jesus Spoke of
Parody of "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin
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13. I Love Apostle Paul
Parody of "I Love Rock and Roll" by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
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14. Jonah Jonah
Parody of "Mony Mony" by Tommy James & the Shondells
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15. Learn Some Deuteronomy
Parody of "Pour Some Sugar on Me" by Def Leppard
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16. Last Night
Parody of "Last Kiss" by Pearl Jam
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17. Once Livin' Twice Died
Parody of "Once Bitten Twice Shy" by Great White
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18. Rock This Tower
Parody of "Rock This Town" by The Stray Cats
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19. Genny 22
Parody of "867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone
Lyrics | MP3

Spoofernatural
2000

Two very influential albums came out just before 2000, both named Supernatural, one by DCTalk and the other by Santana. Since ApologetiX brings together Christian and mainstream music, it's only fitting that our CD tug some meaning from those unlikely twins.

But Spoofernatural digs a little deeper. ApologetiX gets its name from "apologetics," the reasonable, logical and scientific defense of Christianity as historical fact. Listening to Spoofernatural, you will learn about a God who uses the supernatural to get the attention of the world.

There are a few themes running through the booklet that comes with Spoofernatural; maybe you caught them. One is the theme of the supernatural. The eerie aspects of life and the universe that we long to understand ? the immense depth and complexity of the world around us that matter-of-factly points to an intelligent Creator.

Another theme is that of the spectrum. God's handiwork, love and promises can be seen in the entire breadth of Creation, from beginning to end. That is represented by the spectrum. Remember the colors of the rainbow?

Finally, the third theme is God's message to a lost world. People who are blind to God can somehow see Him as He reaches out to them, often through the love of others. He makes Himself visible to them in their way of seeing.

There are people who can't or won't listen for His voice. It's as though they are deaf. But He can speak their language.

There are people who are at a great distance from God. They believe that it can't be true that He even exists. He can cross those miles with a message from afar that says, "If you look into it, you will find that Iam here. "

Music is a wonderful way to communicate, and Christian music has been a major factor in many people's walks with God. But there are some who may never listen to it. There are some whose only exposure to Him is by hearing His story told in their language? in this case, their favorite music.

Share this music with them.