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"You and Cthulhu" is the song that plays while Eric Cartman, dressed as the Coon, rides on Cthulhu. It was featured in the Season Fourteen episode, "Mysterion Rises".

Background

The BP Oil Company caused a massive oil spill in Gulf of Mexico, which inadvertently let loose Cthulhu. The monster is seen destroying an amusement park in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Coon arrives to assist in stopping the oil spill and befriends Cthulhu instead, thus beginning their combined reign of terror against everything the Coon hates in the world.

Lyrics

Female:
Cthulhu Cthulhu, Cthulhu Cthulhu, (Cartman: Yeeheah!)
The evil hate-filled Cthulhu,
from a dimension far away;
Flying through gates of madness
and into your heart.


Cartman:
YEAH! Fuck all you!

Female:
Turning dreams into nightmares,

Cartman:
Lick my balls!

Female:
Destroying all he sees...

Cartman:
Now begins a new adventure for... MEEEE!

Female:
You and the dark one, Cthulhu.
Sharing adventures and smiles,
It's a magical bond two pals can share.
Soon the whole world will be made aware of
You and the death lord, Cthulhu
Makin' the world a better place.
Together you will have so much fun


Cartman:
Sending all my stupid friends to oblivion!

Female:
You and the dark one, Cthulhu.

Cartman:
Suck it, bitches!

Trivia

  • The lyrics and melody resemble that of the iconic end credits song from the popular anime film My Neighbor Totoro.
  • Cthulhu and the lyrics themes come from the short stories "The Call of Cthulhu", "The Dunwich Horror", "Whisperer In The Darkness", and "At The Mountains Of Madness" authored by HP Lovecraft.
  • The song was performed by Mona Marshall and Trey Parker.

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