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==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
<poem><i>'''First Version''':
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<poem>'''First Version''':
I see the questions in your eyes.
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<i>I see the questions in your eyes.
 
I know what's weighing on your mind.
 
I know what's weighing on your mind.
 
You can be sure I know, my heart.
 
You can be sure I know, my heart.
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For better or worse (better or worse), till death do us part (death do us part)
 
For better or worse (better or worse), till death do us part (death do us part)
 
I'll love you with every black beat of my heart
 
I'll love you with every black beat of my heart
And I swear. I swear. I s-we-e-e-ear Yeah, I swear. Straight up. What it do?
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And I swear. I swear. I s-we-e-e-ear Yeah, I swear. Straight up. What it do?</i>
   
 
'''Second Version''':
 
'''Second Version''':
'''Cartman:''' I want to hold you every morning and love you every night, Kyle. I promise you nothing but love and happiness.
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'''Cartman:'''
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<i>I want to hold you every morning and love you every night, Kyle. I promise you nothing but love and happiness.
 
I swear by the moon and the stars in the sky
 
I swear by the moon and the stars in the sky
 
I'll be there, Kyle
 
I'll be there, Kyle
 
I swear, like a shadow that's by your side
 
I swear, like a shadow that's by your side
 
Kyle, swear to God I'll be there.
 
Kyle, swear to God I'll be there.
For better or worse
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For better or worse</i>
'''Brad Paisley:''' Better or worse, till death do us part, death do us part
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'''Brad Paisley:'''
'''Cartman and Brad''': I'll love you with every gay beat of my heart!</i></poem>
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<i>Better or worse, till death do us part, death do us part</i>
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'''Cartman and Brad''':
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<i>I'll love you with every gay beat of my heart!</i></poem>
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*The real match between the Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers took place on April 18, 2012. The Nuggets lost: 104-98.
 
*The real match between the Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers took place on April 18, 2012. The Nuggets lost: 104-98.

Revision as of 05:01, May 23, 2012

"I Swear" is a ballad originally recorded by country singer John Michael Montgomery. It is featured in the Season Sixteen episode, "Cartman Finds Love". Cartman sings the All-4-One version of this song; he also adds his own lyrics.

Background

The song is performed twice in the episode; first, after Token Black and Nichole are freed from the school gymnasium, a montage begins, with Cartman and his imaginary "Cupid-Me" singing this song to themselves.

Cartman sings the song for a second time in a bold attempt to ruin Kyle Broflovski's date with Nichole, in order to allow her to get back together with Token. Cartman crashes the Pepsi Center Arena in Denver, Colorado during the start of the Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers basketball game. After taking control of the Megatron screen above the arena, Cartman diverts everyone's attention by performing a modified version of this song with Brad Paisley. In this modified version, he professes his love for Kyle.

Lyrics

First Version:
I see the questions in your eyes.
I know what's weighing on your mind.
You can be sure I know, my heart.
Girl I'll stand beside you through the years
You'll only cry those happy tears
And though I make mistakes, I'll never break your heart
I swear by the moon and the stars in the sky
I'll be there
I swear (I swear) like a shadow that's by your side (Keep it down, girl)
I'll be there
For better or worse (better or worse), till death do us part (death do us part)
I'll love you with every black beat of my heart
And I swear. I swear. I s-we-e-e-ear Yeah, I swear. Straight up. What it do?


Second Version:
Cartman:
I want to hold you every morning and love you every night, Kyle. I promise you nothing but love and happiness.
I swear by the moon and the stars in the sky
I'll be there, Kyle
I swear, like a shadow that's by your side
Kyle, swear to God I'll be there.
For better or worse

Brad Paisley:
Better or worse, till death do us part, death do us part
Cartman and Brad:
I'll love you with every gay beat of my heart!

Trivia

  • The real match between the Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers took place on April 18, 2012. The Nuggets lost: 104-98.
  • The song "I Swear" was covered by R&B vocal group All-4-One in 1994. This version has become the most popular rendition of this song.
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