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Song Parodies -> "Corn Flies"

Original Song Title:

"Born To Try"

Original Performer:

Delta Goodrem

Parody Song Title:

"Corn Flies"

Parody Written by:

Helenax

The Lyrics

verse 1 -eating everything that i believe in
whats a sprout and how is it good for me
more understanding that veggies cannot fly
and protected by the dustbin in the sky

bridge - all that i eat is crap
but its got more intresting when i learnt,

i learn that corn can fly
its powered by fuel
its very interesting
because it dont have wings
i saw one flying out of my shopping bag
believe me or not
but you gotta know that veggies cant get you to china
but maybe corn can

verse 1 -eating.....

bridge -all that i eat.....

chorus- i learn that.....






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Joseph - August 07, 2007 - Report this comment
omg this is soooooo good!!!

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