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Song Parodies -> "Smooth Child Melester"

Original Song Title:

"Smooth Criminal"

Original Performer:

Alien Ant Farm

Parody Song Title:

"Smooth Child Melester"

Parody Written by:

Funny Girl

The Lyrics

as he came into the
you could here the kid saying no
he came into his appartment
he left the underwear on the carpet
he was sitting on the table
you could see was unstable
so he ran into the bedroom
he was tied down
his face full of gloom

johnny are you ok
are you ok
are you ok
you ok
are you ok johnny
johnny are you ok

johnny are you ok
would you tell us that your ok
there's a guy at the window
and he's looking at you
lets go johnny
he came into your appartment
he left the underwear on the carpet
then you ran into the bedroom
you were tied down
your face full of gloom
(repeat chorus)
you've been kissed by
you've been touched by
a child melester
so they came into the hallway
it was a sunday
what a blackday
i could feel your domination
thumping heart beats
you don't know your limitations


(repeat third line)

if you don't know who this is about by now think of the person who sang this song before A.A.F.

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Pacing: 2.7
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 3.3

Total Votes: 3

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