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Song Parodies -> "Morbidly Fat"

Original Song Title:

"More Than That"

Original Performer:

Backstreet Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Morbidly Fat"

Parody Written by:

Jeremy Otto

The Lyrics

I can see that you've been dining
You can't hide big hips and thighs
What's the use in you denying
That butt you have ain't gone

I heard him promise that forever
That you never wear a thong
Baby he would say whatever
It takes to keep you lean
To fit into smaller jeans

Oh I will love you morbidly fat
I won't serve dessert, then take it back
Don't give boniness a chance
Chubby listen to me when I say
I will love you morbidly fat

Baby you deserve much butter
What else can you spread on prawn?
Don't you see that cookie cutter
Cause I think you need to
Bake unhealthy snacks for you


There's not a steak that passes by
I don't wonder why you haven't tried
It's not too late to change your 'hind
So bake my ham, don't say you're full

I will love you more than fat
I won't say "eat curds", then take them back

[chorus 2x]

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