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Song Parodies -> "Shoplifter 2"

Original Song Title:

"Shoplifter"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"Shoplifter 2"

Parody Written by:

Ben Williams

The Lyrics

He-he-he... go shoplifter!
Shoplifter, you're doing great,
But when you commit the crime,
Shoplifter, you've gotta learn
That to be perfect, it takes time.

It's a 1, 2, 3 on the felony
Pretend everything is free.
Now that you served the community,
It's the life of a pretty sad thief.

It's not considered stealing
Unless you're getting caught,
So don't be caught stealing,
Pick up that ring and run, run, run.

Shoplifter, you're doing great,
Hide that behind your back.
Get moving or they'll catch you, man,
You screwed kleptomaniac.

It's not considered stealing
Unless you're getting caught,
So don't get caught stealing,
Pick up that ring and run, run, run.

Shoplifter, you'll doing great,
Cause when you commit the crime,
Shoplifter, you have now learned
That to be perfect, it takes time.
Now you're perfect, take some time:
Go rob the new Fred Meyer.
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Josieshennigans - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
THIS SUCKS, PUNK

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