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Song Parodies -> "Lost Touch"

Original Song Title:

"Losing Grip"

Original Performer:

Avril Lavigne

Parody Song Title:

"Lost Touch"

Parody Written by:

Puss Bucket

The Lyrics

sorry to all my friends...SHAME ON MEEE!
Are you aware that your grandma can't feel, babies
her fingers are invisible to you, they are not real
you cannot feel her squeeze u half to death
save yourself, run away
here's what she has to say
you left me to die there, sitting outside there, grinning like a giraffe

thats when i decided
I'm, gonna get some fingers
if u wont gimmie yours
i'm using my toes
no matter how much of a freak i'll look with toes for fingers

am i just some wrinkly bag u call your granny
to take your girlfriend's place
when u turn around can't u recognize
my hairy nips?
you used to wash my feet when you were 5
save yourself! runaway!
here's what i have to say
you left me to die there, like a crippled giraffe, with hairy nips

thats when i decided i'm
gonna get some fingers
if you wont gimmie yours
im using my toes
no matter how i look...

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