Are you ready to obey the Cowgod???
We live in a country, we can't eat meat!
Obey the Cowgod!
We live in a country where there is no, there's no Burger Kings.

Obey the Cowgod!
We live in a country where there is no, there's no McDonalds.
Obey the Cowgod!
Ah, dopey, dopey, dopey, dopey,

I'm a cow, and I'm gonna roam through your village,
And I'm going to eat all of your food, but you don't care,
Because I'm a, I'm a SACRED COW!
Obey the Cowgod!

We live in a country where there is no, there's no Beefcake the Mighty*,
Obey the Cowgod!
We live in a country where there is no, there's no beef by-products,
Obey the Cowgod!

You! On your knees! You! Get on your knees! Where's those two bone-heads? Get on your knees!
Hands behind your heads, and on your knees! You! On your knees! You! Get on your knees!
I said, get on your knees! Get on your knees and pray to the Cowgod!
Eat my burger, for it is my flesh, and drink my milk, for it is my blood.


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Obey the Cowgod Lyrics as written by Christopher J. Buscaglia Bill Manspeaker

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