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Song Parodies -> "To Kill All Your Lives"

Original Song Title:

"Best Years of Our Lives"

Original Performer:

Baha Men

Parody Song Title:

"To Kill All Your Lives"

Parody Written by:

Brady Twins

The Lyrics

This is a killer song... really!
Oh, I love to kill
When I gouge your damn eyes
Your heart stops beating, pal
No longer alive
I may be handsome
In the outside part
But deep down inside
I had a cold-blood heart

Makes me wanna smile
You learn that I'm vile
I get all my big knives
To kill all your lives

When we first met
You can't hardly believe
The murders would happen
And you are deceived
So, do not try to run
'Cause you cannot hide
Don't fret, I want hurt you
I'll rip out your insides

(Repeat chorus)

See, you always consider me
Like a montser, evil
Because I
Think murder's fun
Then so what?
Everything I did was true
I like to see your blood flow
Do not dare to scream
Nobody will hear you

Aa-aa, aa-aa, aa-aa
The lights turned off
Run, you fool, run
Let's just start the movie
'Cause all I wanna do is stab
Run away like a sissy
Scream "Help me!"

(Repeat chorus 2x)
We are both funny and dark sometimes... (cackle)

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mike - September 08, 2012 - Report this comment
i member i heard this song in shrek

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