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August 31, 2015

WATCH: Delco man turns Lady Gaga's 'Dope' into pope parody video

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Delaware County’s Alex Dilks Pandola sings his parody about the papal visit.

Pope Francis will be in Philadelphia in less than a month, and people have been preparing in a number of ways.

Delaware County's Alex Dilks Pandola, who goes by Delco Dilks on his YouTube channel, released a video Monday that turns Lady Gaga's song "Dope" into a parody video about the papal visit.

Accompanied by a pope bobblehead, a cat, a porta-potty and a little boy in Eagles apparel, Dilks sings about his "need to see the pope."

"I don't know how to get in. / Cause they closed the Ben Franklin," he sings as he climbs a fence, maps out the city and parks near the zoo.

"God can the Birds win? / Don't even try / to get on I-95. / Our city shut down cause of you. / Put up a fence cause of you."

Check it out below.