10 Christian Versions of Hit Songs

Weird Al style parodies, but far less sinful.

Geoffrey Goldenby Geoffrey Golden

The most popular rule of the internet, Rule 34, states that for any given subject, “there is porn of it, no exceptions.” Is there also a law stating that for any song, there’s a mandatory Christian version on YouTube? Here are 10 Christian parodies of pop songs, but believe me, there were many, many more (Heaven help us):


“Super Grace” (A Parody of “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj) – Raychel Manko

Ironically, everyone hooked-up during the shooting of this video.


“My Faith” (A Parody of “My Humps” by BEP) – Tween Jesus & Me

Black Eyed Peas on Earth, Good will.i.am.


Crank Dat Holy Ghost (A Parody of “Crank That” by Soulja Boy) – Da Saints

Tell ‘em about that rapping ghost.


“Born To Save” (A Parody of “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga) – Kirkshaw Records

It’s easy to tell these guys are Lady Gaga fans!


“Our God Really Rocks” (A Parody of “Tik Tok” by Ke$ha) – Kathi Lourdes

Old people are, of course, the prime demographic for Ke$ha parodies.


“Praying Like A Christian” (A Parody of “Party Like A Rock Star” by Shop Boyz) – c0casian

You’re not a rock star until you’ve pretended to shred in a children’s playground.


“Chosen Ladies” (A Parody of “Single Ladies” by Beyonce) – Jennifer W

The original has a strong pro-marriage message, so naturally, this parody was needed.


JesusBack (A Parody of “SexyBack” by Justin Timberlake) – EndunaMusic

Justin is my shepherd.


“Jesus” (A Parody of “Judas” by Lady Gaga) – Tpindell

Production values-wise, it’s all down hill from the logo.


“Sunday” (A Parody of “Friday” by Rebecca Black) – Sadie B

I need to do more soul-searching, but I think I prefer this version?


Geoffrey Golden is the Editor-In-Chief of The Devastator: The Quarterly Comedy Magazine For Humans!