Take a Swan Song and Make It Brighter

Take a Swan Song and Make It Brighter
      North Factory: without good there could be no evil
Norm Al: these are the ending days
  Texas Teachers Union: I sorted the chaos that heaven reviled
Norm Al: this is the end of days
  Texas Teachers Union: into folders to render it gentle and mild
Norm Al: the world burns down in a final blaze
  Texas Teachers Union: I doled out the color codes, taming the wild
Norm Al: overheated by solar rays
  Texas Teachers Union: and I filed and I filed and I filed
      North Factory: so it must be evil to be good sometimes
21 September 2013
To understand it all, if that’s even possible, you have to know the originals whose lines I mutated.
North Factory - after “Up There” sung by Satan in the movie South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut.
Norm Al - after “Good Old Days” by Weird Al Yankovic, a song about a psychopath looking back happily on his youth.
Texas Teachers Union - after “I Lied” by the Austin Lounge Lizards, a song about false marriage vows.