You favorite South Park songs.

Here’s an old top ten list if you need help jogging your memory.


Jack’n it in San Diego. Love the video.

Kyle’s mom’s a bitch

Hey there Mr. Muslim (Merry fucking Christmas!)

ETA: That’s “Your favorite”, not “you favorite”. Dang it!

You do a line and I’ll do a line, Honey!

I can change, I can change…

La Resistance

Up There

I often sing Kyle’s Mom and replace Kyle’s name with my son’s. Because I am a big, fat fucking King Komehamaha beotch.

Gay fish, and it’s not even close.

Does Team America count? Because Pearl Harbor Sucks is the best song of any kind ever.

Quiet Mountain Town

Merry Fucking Christmas

Really Not all That Bright:

Fuck, yeah!

Up There is my favorite. I randomly start singing it even to this day.


“This poo is cold” cracks me up.

Absolutely. It’s actually not that far off from being a Kanye song.


[spoiler]Uncle Fucka

What Would Brian Boitano Do?

Blame Canada[/spoiler]

It’s got to be ‘Ladder To Heaven’, all 4 versions.
(From the 4th version)

Where were you,
When they decided Heaven was a more intangible idea
And couldn’t, you couldn’t really…get there?

The only bad thing about that episode is that the song gets stuck in you head for days after :frowning:

*Eyes of a Child, *from the South Park movie. Michael McDonald sang it, so it has hilarious lyrics but sounds super-serious.

I can only remember the hamster disappearing up someone’s arse.

I most definitely agree. There have only been a few times in my life when I laughed so hard I literally couldn’t breathe. Hearing this song in the theater for the first time was one of them…

Which one?

“I wanna get down on my knees and start pleasing Jesus…”


That one is even funnier when you are familiar with the old Rankin-Bass “Hobbit” cartoon from the '70s.

I don’t think I could ever pick just one favorite. There’s too many good ones.

Let us not forget when Chef and James Taylor educated the children about prostitutes:
“A prostitute is like any other woman, they all trade something for sex and they do it well!”

I crack up every time I see Cartman convince congress to reverse the law banning stem cell research with a rousing rendition of “Heat of the Moment” by Asia.