The song is a satire of Catholic teachings on reproduction that forbid masturbation and contraception by artificial means. They have sixty-three children, who are about to be sold for scientific experimentation purposes because their parents can no longer afford to care for such a large family with the local mill being closed. When their children ask why they do not use contraception or sterilisation, or why the father does not perform self-castration, their father explains that this is against God's wishes, and breaks into song, the chorus of which is:. Every sperm is sacred, Every sperm is great. If a sperm is wasted, God gets quite irate.
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Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen. DAD: There are Jews in the world. There are Buddhists. There are Hindus and Mormons, and then There are those that follow Mohammed, but I've never been one of them. I'm a Roman Catholic, And have been since before I was born, And the one thing they say about Catholics is: They'll take you as soon as you're warm. You don't have to be a six-footer. You don't have to have a great brain.
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In Monty Python's "Meaning of Life," a father sings a song to his 50 plus children crowded around their living room. Here's a link to the song from the movie. When Monty Python performed the song, I'm quite confident they didn't intend for anyone to hear it as anything other than satire. It is not to be taken seriously. And yet, as I've been listening to the news lately, it seems that a number of people have internalized "every sperm is sacred" as the anthem for their political decisions.
Michael Palin and Terry Jones wrote and performed the sketch and the lyrics. The song is a savage satire of Catholic teachings on reproduction which forbid masturbation and contraception by artificial means. The sketch is about a Catholic man Dad, played by Michael Palin , his wife Mum, played by Terry Jones and their 63 children, who are about to be sold for medical experimentation purposes because their parents can no longer afford to care for such a large family. When their children ask why they don't use contraception or sterilization, Dad explains that this is against God's wishes, and breaks into song, the chorus of which is:. The production in The Meaning of Life is quite visually elaborate, choreographed by Arlene Phillips to a storyboard by director Terry Jones.