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Song Details
Rank this week: 58 (↑32)
Duration: 2:40 
Release Date: 2005  (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Lyrics By: McKee/Gunn (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Music By: Lynn Ahrens (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Produced By: Andrew McKee/Marc Gunn (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Released By: Mage Records (Stavro Arrgolus) 
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  • It's no stretch of the imagination to know that this was written by and for Gen Xers. A medieval theme set to a Schoolhouse Rock tune peppered with '70s & '80s pop culture references. 'Crom' was the barbarian god in 'Conan the Barbarian'. 'Frak' and 'felgercarp' were network safe 'sci-fi swear words' used in the first 'Battlestar Galactica' in the late '70s. The same concept gave us 'smeg'- used in the 'Red Dwarf' series 9 years later. (Stavro Arrgolus)
  • Song Lyrics:
    Although there was a truce in effect, (uh-huh)
    The enemy was not held in check.
    They launched an invasion without explanation,
    Then the guard started yelling some exclamations:
    Halt! Who goes there?
    Alarm! We're under attack!
    Ack! I am killed!

    Exclamations! (Halt!)
    With passion! (Alarm!)
    And emotion! (Ack!)
    They're generally used in front of a sentence
    As a point of emphasis,
    Or when you simply need to blow off steam.

    The dragon was awakened from sleep (uh-huh)
    And so he took it out on our keep.
    With one exhalation caused a burning sensation
    And the dragon started using some exclamations:
    Ha! Take that, you puny humans!
    Einstitch! Where are the peasants?
    Smeg! Point that ballista elsewhere!

    Exclamations! (Ha!)
    With passion! (Einstitch!)
    And emotion! (Smeg!)
    They're generally used in front of a sentence
    As a point of emphasis,
    Or when you simply need to blow off steam.

    So if you're English: Huzzah!
    Or Scot: Moot!
    A pirate: Ahrrrr!
    Or fop: Sink me!
    Barbarian: Crom!
    Or not: Frak!
    An exclamation gets the point across!

    We started the rebellion at two; (uh-huh)
    By four that afternoon, we were through.
    The monarch's cessation caused a sense of elation
    And the ex-king shouted some exclamations:
    Odin's beard! You'll pay for this!
    Fie! A pox upon thee!
    Pleeeeeeeeeeeease don't kill me!

    Exclamations! (Odin's beard!)
    With passion! (Fie!)
    And emotion! (Pleeeease!)
    They're generally used in front of a sentence
    As a point of emphasis,
    Or when you simply need to blow off steam.

    So if you're English: Huzzah!
    Or Scot: Hoot!
    A pirate: Ahrrrr!
    Or fop: Sink me!
    Barbarian: Crom!
    Or not: Felgercarp!
    An exclamation gets the point across!

    Exclamations! With passion! And emotion!
    They're generally used in front of a sentence
    As a point of emphasis,
    Or when you simply need to blow off steam.

    Exclamations! With passion! And emotion!
    Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
    Yeah!
    Crikey! That's the end!
    (Sonic SBL)
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    Current Rating 9.9 (2 votes)
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