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Song Parodies -> "Gluttonous Boy"

Original Song Title:

"Material Boy"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Millencolin

Parody Song Title:

"Gluttonous Boy"

Parody Written by:

Jat the Weird, Sarah V. Wright, and Tony Hou

The Lyrics

Written again by me and Sarah, with guidance by Tony Hou.
I'm eating a lot,
To lasagne no longer loyal
I'm breaking a fart,
And when it passes ill need once more to feed.
Munching' down McCoys',
Chicken a la royale
Now I'm a gluttonous boy,
And there's nothing in this world that I won't eat

Corn is popping,
I'm food shopping,
Always wanting Caramels
Always buying bigger pants I swear

I bought a big Mac and coke,
To go with my Mc Flurry
The next step might be a Wimpy,
Or even a KFC
I think ill go out now,
To get me a chicken curry
Then maybe a tankard and a half of beer

Corn is popping,
I'm food shopping,
Always wanting Caramels
Always buying bigger pants I swear
Again thanks to Sarah, who gave me the divine inspiration for all of my parodies.

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