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Family Guy – Family Guy Theme Song lyrics

Lois: It seems today

That all you see

Is violence in movies and sex on TV

Peter: But where are those good old fashioned values

Entire Family: On which we used to rely?

Lucky there's a Family Guy

Lucky there's a man who

Positively can do

All the things that make us

Stewie: Laugh and cry!

Family: He's... a... Fam...ily... Guy!

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Submitted byIkkibabba
Corrected bydaterofanape32tw


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    Personally I think the first line is made to be true, when you turn on the TV all you see is violence, nudity etc, With that being said if you slowly show society sex and violence so much, in an increasing manner your making them less sensitive to the things you show (violence, sex)
    The second verse is to be made for you to look in-between the line. (in some sense) If you look at he first line(3rd verse) "lucky theirs family guy" if your able to acknowledge the fact that humor has changed for the worst. Look at the humor in Bewitched and Family Guy or Leave it to beaver and the Simpsons. And the 2nd line in the 3rd verse "positively can do, all the things that make us, Laugh and cry" (Stewie is the smartest in the show so he would be most likely to catch on to this trend in society) is revering to the fact that it makes a good amount of people laugh but when you see what this generation finds funny it will make you sad (cry).
    Again this is a personal thought and I'm not Seth McFarland so I can't answer if there is a true meaning behind the literal words.
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