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Song Parodies -> "Transexual Boy"

Original Song Title:

"Sk8r Boi"

Original Performer:

Avril Lavigne

Parody Song Title:

"Transexual Boy"

Parody Written by:

Emily B.

The Lyrics

I decided to write this song because my sister's friend, Helen, inspired me. I dedicate this to her.
He was a boy,
Now he's a girl,
Can I make it anymore obvious?
Who woulda thunk,
That he was gay?
What more can I say?
And each of the girls,
They already know,
And they didn't even give him hell,
Yeah, like I said, they already know,
They even share with him their clothes,

He was a loser boy,
He hated being a boy,
So the surgery helped him out,
Now he has a pretty face,
And he dresses up in lace,
He hasn't been this way from biiiirth

Five years from now,
He sits at home,
Eating some gravy, he's all alone,
He turns on TV,
Guess who he sees?
Oprah and some transexualees,
He calls up his friends,
They already know,
So now they're all guests on tomorrow's show,
He wears a thong,
And he loves the crowd,
Now look at the woman that he is noooooow

He was a loser boy,
He hated being a boy,
So the surgery helped him out,
Now he has a pretty face,
And he dresses up in lace,
He hasn't been this way from biiiirth

Sorry, girl, he was a guy,
He likes dresses, he ain't fly,
He has more than boys as friends,
He hates getting those split ends,
I'm so glad that he could see,
See the girl that boy could be,
He's into the latest trends,
This is how the story ends

Now he ain't boy,
He is girl,
Can I make it anymore obvious?
The surgery worked,
Look at him now,
Look at the was that he turned oooout.

Hope you liked!

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Pacing: 3.5
How Funny: 3.0
Overall Rating: 3.5

Total Votes: 4

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MrMacphisto - May 20, 2004 - Report this comment
Hmmm... someone needs to remove the pole from Mr. Spelling's @$$.... Anyway, I thought this was pretty funny, considering Avril really sucks....
Your Worst Nightmare - May 20, 2004 - Report this comment
4/3/3. This song, frankly, was nauseating. :-P
Jake A Ralphing (Luke Brattoni) - May 20, 2004 - Report this comment
I liked, I liked. Not perfect with its pacing and rhyming, but I can see this 'latest trend' becoming a much more prominent issue in the near future. I loved the 'split ends' comment. 4-5-4 for Emily B. Tell Helen I said hi to him...her.
Spelling - May 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey, who deleted my comment and why? I was just saying that "transsexual" is spelled with two s's, that's all.
Michael Pacholek - May 25, 2004 - Report this comment
This was a stinker, boy. Quit picking on Avril, people. You wish you were as good as she is.
Gravy Soup - May 09, 2005 - Report this comment
I fully agree with 'Your Worst Nightmare' this song made me feel least it was like the origninal. I have a tip, oh author of this thing - get a hobby.
Tecno - April 07, 2015 - Report this comment
Que manera de conseguir un gran compositor y un gran artista, Con esto van ha poner de moda en el mundo el vestir a bebes de niƱas y hacerles tratamientos hormonales la nueva receta para crear celebridades.

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