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Jordan Lee Smith Twitch Plays Pokemon has transcended it's original purpose... it's become a cult addiction, and I really can't get enough. I've listened to these tracks on repeat for days, but this one in particular is just too good. It's reminiscent of the Azalea Town theme -- one of my favorites in the second generation of the Pokemon games. It's incredibly clever, and definitely captures the most heartfelt moments of the second run of TPP.
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With hints of Pokémon's "Azalea Town", this 80s-inspired tune is the tale of Lazor Gator, a Totodile who lost his innocence and picked up the sword of his beloved mentor, a Sentret named the "Admiral", and began a quest to defeat the Helix and the Chosen Six upon Mt. Silver. Based on the events of the collaboratively controlled game "Twitch Plays Pokemon".

The awesome Lazor Gator cover artwork comes courtesy of the artist Tijnisch! You can find more of his art at www.deviantart.com/art/Twitch-Plays-Pokemon-Leers-of-Future-Past-437857830 !

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LYRICS:

A Totodile so young and brave
He shot lasers from his eyes and made a Scary Face
The voices would guide his way
In the land of Johto, chosen by AJ

There was an Admiral who taught him to aim
Then he was gone and nothing's the same
He picked up the sword,
and he solemnly swore his revenge

See you later,
Lazor Gator...
In a while,
Totodile...
He goes to deliver
A message to Mt. Silver
The Helix knew it all along
"No gods, no kings, only 'Mon"

Only 'Mon,
No gods, no kings, only 'Mon

In the shadow of the age before
A Gator and Brian try to find who they are
No they're not the saviours you're looking for
The voices raised a cry, "Release the Gator!"

In the struggle, Prince Omelette was slain
If this is anarchy, who can we blame?
He'll make amends for all of his friends
in the end...

See you later,
Lazor Gator...
In a while,
Totodile...
He goes to deliver
A message to Mt. Silver
The Helix knew it all along
"No gods, no kings, only 'Mon"

Only 'Mon,
No gods, no kings, only 'Mon

(repeat)

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from TALES OF T​.​P​.​P. (DELUXE), track released March 18, 2014

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Church Of The Helix Choir

Church Of The Helix Choir brings you songs about the Lord Helix and the lore of Twitch Plays Pokémon!

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