So, remember at the end of the last chapter when I had a filk all ready to go to commemorate the occasion? Just recently an idea struck me to do it again for this occasion. The irony being the last time was a filk of a Christmas song in June, and this time it's a filk of a traditional campfire song at Christmas time.

(BTW, yes, according to the time stamp ye gads it's late, but I wanted to get this up as soon as I could after the comic and that turns out to be now. What the hell, it's a holiday and tomorrow's the weekend to boot.)

The Goth Came Back

Great Teacher Largo had problems of his own.
He knew a creepy goth that wouldn't leave him alone.
He tried and he tried to chase the goth away.
She fainted in the girls room at the school one day...

But the goth came back the very next day.
Yes, the goth came back. They thought she was gone,
But the goth came back. She just wouldn't stay away.

Long ago he fought the goth with his mighty sword.
Their weapons clashed and clanged until a fatal blow he scored.
Pirogoeth took pity and them both she tried to save,
And now she comes to visit Largo at his digital grave.

But the goth came back the very next day.
Yes, the goth came back. They thought she was gone,
But the goth came back. She just wouldn't stay away.

The man who came from Sony said he'd kill the goth on sight.
He powered up his Tesla Stick that made a frightful light.
He waited... and he waited... 'till the goth came out to play,
And black and crispy remains of the man they hauled away...

But the goth came back the very next day.
Yes, the goth came back. They thought she was gone,
But the goth came back. She just wouldn't stay away.

The zombies came the very next day.
The Killballs struck in the very same way.
Tokyo went! Japan went! And then the USA.
The vast otaku hordes were left without a chance to pray...

But the goth came back the very next day.
Yes, the goth came back. They thought she was gone,
But the goth came back. She just wouldn't stay away.

~

The original for those who do not recognize it. Note that being a traditional camp song there are many variations and alternate verses, but I stuck to the most common lyric set, including its overkill fourth verse. It's also not the same as in the animated version, but that one's really fun so watch it.
My older filks, etc. for those who seek further amusement.

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