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Song Parodies -> "Pulling Out My Hair (Submitted wrong misheard lyri"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Linkin Park

Parody Song Title:

"Pulling Out My Hair (Submitted wrong misheard lyri"

Parody Written by:

Yet Another Dutchman

The Lyrics

Boy, was my face red when I looked up the Limp Bizkit page and saw my Linkin Park misheard lyric hovering around there: "God has send my coffee den, understand" from "Without a sense of confidence, I'm convinced." I don't know exactly how this mistake was born, but I shall have to bear this shame for the rest of my life.
pulling out my hair
this crime I dared to risk it
here is how I dared
confusing Park with Bizkit

on Amiright I was posting misheard lyrics
not paying attention
a lack of self-control, Limp Bizkit typed as "artist"
I posted, stupid me

at night, lying in my bed
these words I hear again:
"God has sent my coffee den, understand
that it's just too much pressure to take"
musta bumped my head before
big imbecile!!!


a rightful blemish, it has pulled itself upon me
disgracing, do hate me
and in my head I hear Fred Durst, he's barking "Crawling"
he's haunting, now I can't sleep

I've messed up on the band
and I'm not making friends
Shinoda sends me death letters and so does Fred
it's just too much pressure to take
got braincells, only four
big imbecile!!!


pulling out my hair
this crime I dared to risk it
here is how I dared
confusing, confusing Park with Biz

(on Amiright I was posting misheard lyrics, now paying)
confusing Park with Biz
(a lack of self-control, Limp Bizkit typed as "artist", I posted)
confusing Park with Biz

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 3

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Red Ant - June 16, 2005 - Report this comment
Don't worry about it Yet Another Dutchman. Mistakes happen all the time. I have the priveledge of only being the 2nd person to submit a Nirvana parody misspelled. As for your misheard lyric, that is pretty funny. I think you can have admin remove it and resubmit it under the correct artist if it's really bothering you.
Yet Another Dutchman - June 18, 2005 - Report this comment
No, I don't think that will be necessary, Red Ant. It's in this parody already, anyway. And as you can see, I'm in error-mode: I misspelled "lyric" in the title into "lyri." Doink!
Yet Another Dutchman - October 01, 2005 - Report this comment
In light of submitting errors (submitting stupidity, if you will), I shall now, for the first time ever, attempt to make a space line. Before, I've only commented in full, sometimes giant, paragraphs. Here I go. This sentence precedes the space.

This sentence follows the space. Did it work?
Allicat - December 17, 2005 - Report this comment
So, what was the point of the whole space thing? I don't get it. Yeah, anyway, the whole reason I stopped submitting stuff about lyrics was because I spelled my name wrong half the time.
T. Pypers - January 01, 2006 - Report this comment
LOL, Allicat. The space was probably a test because he was afraid of messing up the layout in comments on other people's parodies. So he first tested it on a parody of his own.

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