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Song Parodies -> "My Nasty Portal"

Original Song Title:

"My Immortal"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"My Nasty Portal"

Parody Written by:

Rick L.

The Lyrics

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My weight has become severe.
My doctors tell me of their fears
And when they leave
A muffin falls out my sleeve.

Oh the nurse still lingers here,
And she won't feed me at all.
There's food I had to steal
Tried Bribing the nurse, sadly no deal,
Much missing from the diet cokes embrace

When I'll leave I'll go to buy ten beers
Where food is as good as it appears
No empty stomach in all these years.
Food still has
Hold of me.

This small plate leaves me
Hungry all night.
My feeding nurse left tonight.
Cheeseburger hidden in my behind
McDonalds haunts me,
In such pleasant dreams,
Wish I could order away,
But these darn hospital walls are around me...


They try so hard to fool me with "the food is gone"
But the pancake mix is with me
Yes, it's been here all along...


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