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Song Parodies -> "Show Me The Meaning Of Eating Lonley"

Original Song Title:

"Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonley"

Original Performer:

Backstreet Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Show Me The Meaning Of Eating Lonley"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Show me the meaning of eating lonely...

So many words for the broken cake
It's hard to see with your cheeks full
So hard to breath, cuz there's cake up your nose, no wonder...
Nights of cake so soon be gone
Wild and free, I can smell them now
All of you cakes will be gone
They tell me...


Show me the meaning of eating lonely
Is this the filling I need to eat with?
Tell my why I can't eat there where you are
There's something missing in my cake

Life goes on, as it never ends
Eyes of cake observe the trend
They always say, "Eat me babe"
If only...
Happy roads to an endless cake
There's no control are you with me now?
All of your cakes will be gone they tell me...

Repeat Chorus

There's nowhere to bake I have no place to cook
Surrender my cake, icing and filling
How can it be you're asking me to bake the things I never coooooooooooo-oooook...
Cuz you are missing in my caaake...
Tell me why can't I eat there where you are?

Repeat Chorus

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