So the other day we were rotating out people in guild so everybody could do the weekly on many of their alts. Needless to say, people play really well on their mains, and the quality of their play decreases as they get to their 3rd or 4th alt.

Same happens to me. My warlock was an Aggrolock, indicating I should really L2P.  Even the great and powerful Arcanetinkertank isn’t perfect.1

At that point, one of my guildies said they weren’t too sure about their play on their discipline priest.

I said “Oh it is simple, there is a song for the rotation and everything.”

Guildie “Really?”

And I proceeded to sing the first verse of this song I started working on when Zel was still primarily a Disc Priest in Ulduar.

As sung to this tune

Here’s a bubble
There’s a bubble
And another little bubble
Fuzzy bubble
Funny bubble
Penance in my
Pants

Bubble bubble
Cheesecake
Bubble
Tablet
Brick
Potato
Bubble
Bubble bubble
Mushroom
Bubble
Penance in my
Pants

I was once a holy spec
My heals were always late
But I never saw the way
The boss slayed the tank
He was only three times dead
But it told a tale
And now listen, little child
To my healing fail

Did you ever see a bubble
Kiss a bubble
On the bubble
Bubble’s bubble
Tastes of bubble
Penance in my
Pants

Half a bubble
Twice the bubble
not a bubble
Farmer
Bubble
Bubble in a car
Alarm a penance
in my
Pants

Is THIS how it’s told now?
Is it all so old?
Is it made of lemon juice?
Doorknob
Ankle
Cold
Now my song is getting thin
I’ve run out of luck
Time for me to retire now
And watch the latest Chuck

  1. Yes I am.

Comments

Arcanetinkertank's guide to playing a discipline priest — 5 Comments

  1. It was cruel of you to put this song in my head now.
     
    I like your version better though.
     
    Now people will be looking at me funny as I go around the grocery store singing “penance in my pants” under my breath.
     
    /facepalm

  2. Unfortunately, my office blocks video so I can’t see the original. I’m trying to guess the song through the cadences of your parody, and I just can’t do it!  Would you take pity on a poor cubicle farmer and tell me what the song is?