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Song Parodies -> "Fred is a Little Baby"

Original Song Title:

"Fred Is Driving Me Crazy"

Original Performer:

Dave Days

Parody Song Title:

"Fred is a Little Baby"

Parody Written by:

Michael Whitman

The Lyrics

He's a 1 year old brat
He's got a voice to match
Everyone can do that
Hey It's Dave(in FRED Like Voice)
Da-da-da-don't you love Youtube
Just as much as your fans
Love their little baby cribs

Fred is a little baby unlike a million teenagers
Whiny and unhappy
It's not to cool because he spits drool
Friday night
I was chillin at the mall
At my favorite guitar shop
That's when my heart stopped

Oh little baby Fred
Am I going insane or am I the only one who's sane?

Fred you're a little baby
Unlike a ba-jillion teenagers
Whiny and unhappy
Is this supposed to be funny? Do you find this funny? Am I supposed to find this funny?
This isn't funny

He's a 1 year old brat
And he wont stop at that
Until he takes over the world
[using baby powder!! AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!]

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