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Song Parodies -> "Please Shut Up (You Fags)"

Original Song Title:

"Quit Playin Games (With My Heart)"

Original Performer:

Backstreet Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Please Shut Up (You Fags)"

Parody Written by:

Sugar Bear's Baby

The Lyrics

I hate BSB. Bunch of prancing girls screeching at the top of their lungs.

Even on the stage
I see
that nicky's over there
singing off-key
deep within my ears
I hear
nicky squealing

sometimes I wish that nick
could sing
Impossible as that may seem
But I wish he could
so bad

Somebody shut nick up (somebody shut him up)
Shut Nick up
Shut up
Him and his stupid pugs (those stupid pugs)
shut them up
shut up

(nick's part)
I sing my songs
the way
They can be most irratating
Every thing I sing
is off-key
Sometimes people throw things at me

Sometimes I wish I could
sing well
the way the other guys do
But I still sing
so bad
the guys all say

Nicky, Nicky,
at first we thought your voice was good
how did you fool us?
Oh Nicky, Nicky
please just lip sync
cuz you make our music stink

Sometimes I wish I could
Kick him out of the group
Although Lou says no
But I wish I could
So Bad


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