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Song Parodies -> "New Orleans Is For Looters"

Original Song Title:

"Ohio Is For Lovers"

Original Performer:

Hawthorne Heights

Parody Song Title:

"New Orleans Is For Looters"

Parody Written by:

Amit n' Dean

The Lyrics

Its a bit sick...
And I cant make it on my own
(and i cant make it on my own)
Because New Orleans Is For Looters
So tie me up and steal my clothes
(tie me up and steal my clothes)
So I can swim upstairs tonight, or die
Because tsunami!
You know you will drown in a well
They'll never stop until, your final dollars gone.

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Pacing: 2.5
How Funny: 2.4
Overall Rating: 2.3

Total Votes: 13

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Cole - November 06, 2005 - Report this comment
wow...this does bite...why dont u have the whole song? It would be much better...check out my only song right "Weird Sights"
carmen - November 08, 2005 - Report this comment
wow the tsnumai didn't even hit new orleans that was katrina
Joel Martinez - December 17, 2005 - Report this comment
It's a bit sick?! It's a bit SHORT!!!!
HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS LOVER - April 01, 2008 - Report this comment

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