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Original Song Title:

"Thank You"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Jamie Kyriakides

The Lyrics

My nan's so old, i'm wondering why
She's lived since years ago
The boring pention on the window
That she enjoys i know
And even if i could i would nick it then and she wouldn't ever know
but then she call's me and she's spoilt my plan
she's spoilt my plan

She slept too much last night
since yesterday she started to smell real weird
A glass of water on the counter
teeth go straight in here
and even if i could i would poor it out and replace it all with beer
but then she wakes up and she's spoilt my plan
she's spoilt my plan

And why don't you die now
and give me the best rest of my life
all just to kill you
would be the best day of my life

Push the rockin chair at last
and you're sleepin deep again
then i slip out a big knife
and slit u like a hen
and even if my mum finds out now
i'd never here the end
'cause that was her mummy

And i've finally killed
and i'm getting the best rest of my life
and all just to kill u
was the the best day of my life

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