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Song Parodies -> "Farmers Remix"

Original Song Title:

"Get Low"

Original Performer:

Lil John And Eastside Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Farmers Remix"

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The Lyrics

I got sick of that damn song popping in my head so many timesI had to change it.
The Farmers Remix

John Deere Model BO5, yeah that's mine
To finish planting these seeds
Im gonna have to snort one more line.

Da..da.da.dadum...da..da..da...dadum ....


From the Spring timmme,
To the the fall,
Damn my corn grows tall,
Got doodo stained overalls
My barrrns my Taj Mahal!

Y'all tweek..tweek..tweek...tweek motha trucka
Y'all the spam!

From the piggly wigglyyyyy,
To the horses the stahl
I help produce Y'alls ethonal.
That's how all yo shit gets to the mall.

So da..da..da...donate schoolboy kluckers
When you reach them legislatem halls!
You can spread my old wife's butter
But stay off my daughters drawls!!!!

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