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Westboro Baptist Church Record Homophobic Panic At The Disco Parody
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 Monday, July 21, 2014

Not only is the Westboro Baptist Church planning to picket Panic! At the Disco's upcoming show in Kansas City, they have taken their protest to the next level by recording a homophobic parody of one of the band's most beloved songs.

Westboro recorded a homophobic "parody" of Panic!'s 2006 single "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," off their A Fever You Can't Sweat Out album, which they retitled "You Love Sin What a Tragedy."

While Panic!'s song was written about defending a bride against accusations of being a "whore" on her wedding day, the Westboro Baptist Church has turned it into a condemnation of gay marriage. For example, during "You Love Sin what A Tragedy," they sing, "Oh! You all say it's okay to be gay/ The way to f*g marriage has been paved/ Well this calls for some truth, now/ You're all insane."

Panic! At the Disco will perform in Kansas City, Missouri on July 20.

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