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Song Parodies -> "Spent"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Matchbox 20

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Mikey F

The Lyrics

Ill run out along the way
Give me cash and pay me off
I will get too broke now to make it
I need change so I could talk

If I get some money back
I will keep it in my hand
and when the dollars get old and faded
wait around, Ill spend more again

all my money I have payed it
just pay me again
Just pay me again

All my money is spent
Im so scared that Ill never get money to render
my wallet is thin
and this is how it will end
all my cash, spent

If I couldnt pay, could you pay
could you pay the cashier off
could you sympathize with my needs
Comes to cash, I need a lot

It started full but now I spent it
just keeps getting thin
my wallet is thin

start spending it
It's never enough
I cant break into pieces
start spending it
Keep spending it until I'm completely broke and thin

all my money I have payed it
just pay me again
Just pay me again

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Total Votes: 9

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