he's the son of man and God and lion
he's the one that keeps the good from dyin'
we've seen the rest, he is the best
he's the best and his name is duke lion!

his golden sword can shoot out balls of fire
his special armor makes him never tire
his magical arrows fly like sparrows
he fights for good for free, he's not for hire...

a bolt of lightning from the sky, duke lion
where there is a battle he will fly, duke lion
he's never late, he's super great!
he's here to stay, so let us thank duke lion

here he comes to save the day, duke lion
he will make the villians pay, duke lion
his golden sword, will crush the hoard
he's here to stay so let us thank, duke lion!

he's the son of man and God and lion
he's the one that keeps the good from dyin'
we've seen the rest, he is the best
he's the best and his name is duke lion!


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    o man darkpop was me in 7th grade lmao how times change this song is hilarious

    gtralisfr96on October 12, 2004   Link
  • -1
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    THIS IS PROBABLY THE DUMBASET GAYEST SONG IVE EVER HERD

    darkpop2Dzombieon May 19, 2002   Link
  • -1
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    Yeah, but the music video is hilarious!

    RemyKilledElvison June 04, 2002   Link
  • -1
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    i want to kill wes boreland now, he was better off in limp bizkit....no actually limp bizkit no1 is worse than limp bizkit. but ther still both gay

    darkpop2Dzombieon July 08, 2002   Link
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    It's intended to be carefree and silly. If you're an uptight fuck-nut with no sense of humor, don't blame wes. Yes, Limp does suck, but BDF is the one of the most original bands that I've ever heard

    happylittledemigodon August 02, 2002   Link
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    Wes was ALL the talent in Limp Bizkit.

    I'm glad he left

    he's funny as hell

    kijimaon September 09, 2002   Link
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    youre an idiot, wes was the only person in Limp Bizkit who wasnt a fucking, mainstream poser, i only like limp bizkit because of Wes, im glad he left! AND THIS SONG IS MEANT TO BE FUNNY YOU GAY WANKER, YOU GOT NO SENSE OF HUMOUR OR SOMETHING?

    leviathon90on September 17, 2002   Link
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    It's not a song I would define as great, but, yeah, it's funny. And that's cool. Still, when I want funny, crazy, strange music I ususally listen to Primus...

    The_Antipopon March 05, 2003   Link

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