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Song Parodies -> "Bloody Limbs"

Original Song Title:

"Tainted Love"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Marilyn Manson

Parody Song Title:

"Bloody Limbs"

Parody Written by:

Below Average Dave

The Lyrics

I'm at badave.com
Your thighs I feel I've got to
Eat today I want them
right away
and your brains will taste just right to me
Those limbs I'll tear
I'll down them won't share
and you've lost your sight
Won't floss or brush I walk slow all night

Once I ate all foods (I ate)
Now I'll eat you dude!
Your carcus if its living
I'll chase you though one eye is missin
Taste your ears and that's not nearly all
Bloody limbs
Bloody Limbs

Now you know you had best
run away, but I eat
Good most days
Are you really just gonna stare at me?
You run, you cry
shoes untied, you trip--you'll die
caught up, your toes were great
But I wont rest cause I want some legs

I like chicks and dudes (Yummy)
I'll eat all of you
Your useless limbs I'm craving
I'll get you ain't nothing I'm saving
Your worst fear that's right I'll eat you all
Bloody Limbs
Bloody Limbs

Don't shoot me please
Though only head shots stop my feed
I love a human casserole
You had best not let me catch you slow
Feed me all your bloody limbs
Feed me all your bloody limbs
Feed me all your bloody limbs
FEED ME ALL YOUR BLOODY LIMBS

Not much left to do (I'm here)
I took a bite of you
You're dead and now you've joined me
You're walking in my hungry army
Won't drink beer, you want something that walks
Bloody limbs
Bloody limbs
Bloody limbs
Bloody limbs
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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.7

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Porfle Popnecker - April 26, 2012 - Report this comment
When there's no more room on AIR, parodies will walk the earth.
Agrimorfee - May 07, 2012 - Report this comment
Out of the covers by Marilyn Manson that people chose to do in this Artistry round, yours is the one that really conveys that Manson-style instead of just being a parody of the song. Nice job, Dave!
bobpiecheese - May 14, 2012 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Apparently cannabalism is contagious. Or this is a uncharacteristically self-aware zombie. Or both! Somehow. Anyway, creepy parody, coupla pacing stumbles but otherwise this was great stuff. 555!
Rex - May 14, 2012 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I have GOT to get prepared for the zombie apocalypse. Although I think even after it happens, while all the regular zombies are shuffling along moaning BRAINNNNNNSSS, the AIR zombies will be shuffling in time to the music while moaning PARODIIIIIEEESSS.
Matthias - May 15, 2012 - Report this comment
I totally agree with Aggy on this one. This wouldn't sound right at all if it was the original Soft Cell version but since it's the Marylin Manson version it works so extremely well.
Blaydeman - May 15, 2012 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I'm a gore fiend, so I loved this! The topic mixed with Marilyn Manson equals AWESOMENESS!

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