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Song Parodies -> "Waiting For An Optician"

Original Song Title:

"Waiting For A Superman"

Original Performer:

Iron And Wine

Parody Song Title:

"Waiting For An Optician"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Thought you were nice to these
But you've always broken them, why why
Cos they cost money
And they're been on years and years on end
So let's stop breaking them
Cos that's what small kiddies do
But if it was adults
That'll be terrible, you see

Tell everybody
Waiting for an optician
Tell everybody else
They're waiting for Specsavers
But days and days and days as can be
Don't tell everybody
Waiting for an optician
Tell anybody else the best they're can
But days and nights and days as can be

You can hardly tell thee
That One Direction will be always shite
D'you wanna be a grown up
Well you're gonna grow up and you'll always will be
Tell everybody waiting for an optician
That's not very nice
And not very adult

Tell everybody
They're waiting for an optician
Do you self-harm or do you shag
Tell everybody
They're waiting for Amir Khan
He can't be pretty as can be

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