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Song Parodies -> "Druggies"

Original Song Title:

"Bodies"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Drowning Pool

Parody Song Title:

"Druggies"

Parody Written by:

Jeff Lattea

The Lyrics

Every druggie hit that bong
Every druggie hit that bong
Every druggie hit that bong
Every druggie hit that....BONG!!!!

Hittin' it once more
Can't take much more
One - Nothing wrong with me
Two - Nothing wrong with me
Three - Something wrong with me
Four - Something wrong with me

One - Something's got to give
Two - Something's gonna give
Three - Something's gonna give
(bladder lets go) Shhhhiitttt!!!!

Every druggie hit that bong
Every druggie hit that bong
Every druggie hit that booonnnnggg

Hit dat shit again
This is the end
Lips against glass, bong and bowl
You're all smoked out but not all done
You wanted it and now it's here
Driven by addiction, consumed by beer.

Every druggie hit that bong
Every druggie hit that bong
Every druggie hit that bong
Heyyy!!! Druggieee!!! Hit dattt!
BONG!

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Pacing: 3.1
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Overall Rating: 3.1

Total Votes: 15

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