Good evening, ...., it's for you
Hanging in the stars, suspended from the dark
Life is long and heavy like a shadow on a spark and it will blow
Massive killer orb hovering around
Looking for a spot to blast the good guys on the ground before they know
What hit them from above
It's the death star, something so incredible
Death star, something indestructible
Death star, massive and maniacal
Death star, teeny weeny vulnerable hole

Somewhere deep inside shifty to the core
The tank is full and fueled
By the dark side of the force that makes it go
To and fro
Killing

Black hearted ball roll the devils dice
Destroy it one more time cause it's so good they built it twice
But now no more
No more, no more
It's the death star, something so incredible
Death star, something indestructible
Death star, massive and maniacal
Death star, teeny weeny vulnerable
Death star, something so incredible
Death star, something indestructible
Death star, massive and maniacal
Death star, teeny weeny vulnerable hole

Goodbye, death star
You were the largest weapon, ever manufactured.


Lyrics submitted by xturricanx

Death Star Lyrics as written by Christopher Weldon Ballew

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    The guy's voice while he's singing this is hilarious to me.

    sulwynon November 12, 2004   Link
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    General Comment

    "Destroy it one more time cause it's so good they built it twice" Best PUSA lyric ever. No idea why the boys decided Star Wars was song-wothy, or how this topic was the best choice, but God bless 'em.

    bzenzon May 10, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    It's "Teeny weeny vulnerable HOLE" HOLE. Not home. that's the joke. Teeny hole. Get it? It's funnier now, isn't it?

    imnotfred09on July 10, 2009   Link
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    My Interpretation

    It's actually Hull. Like a ship's hull.

    Love this song!!! This was the first PUSA sondg I heard and I was like "What the heck!!? this song is weird!" Then I listened to it a buncha times and I am now a huge fan!

    chowdergrrl101on December 20, 2009   Link
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    My Interpretation

    It's actually Hull. Like a ship's hull.

    Love this song!!! This was the first PUSA song I heard and I was like "What the heck!!? this song is weird!" Then I listened to it a buncha times and I am now a huge fan!

    chowdergrrl101on December 20, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    i'm pretty sure it's "hole". in the movie, that was the death star's only weakness, a teeny weeny vulnerable hole.

    crocodile_smileon February 05, 2010   Link

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