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Song Parodies -> "I Think I Fell in Love with a Serial Killer"

Original Song Title:

"Eighth World Wonder"

Original Performer:

Kimberly Locke

Parody Song Title:

"I Think I Fell in Love with a Serial Killer"

Parody Written by:

Renee Vos

The Lyrics

Parody of Kimberly Locke's Eight World WonderTitle: "I Think I fell in love with a serial killer" If Kimberly Locke is really this stupid to fall in love with someone in 7 days, this is what would really happen to her
Woke up early this morning made my coffee like I always do
Then it hit me from no where I really don't even know you
The way you tie my hands, like you're the Son of Sam

Seven days and seven nights of hunger
The water's rising and the days getting longer
I think I fell in love with the next Jeffrey Dahmer

I guess I'm just falling deeper into something I've never seen
But the way you choke me makes me think you're really mean
Your love's like a rope or chain, choking my life away

Seven days and seven nights, it's funny
I don't hear you calling me honey
Could this perhaps be another Ted Bundy?

Seven days and seven nights, I fear this
I can't explain how weird it is
I think I fell in love with Richard Ramirez

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