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Song Parodies -> "Fridge Of Wonders"

Original Song Title:

"Island of Wonder"

Original Performer:

Nelly Furtado

Parody Song Title:

"Fridge Of Wonders"

Parody Written by:

Rick L.

The Lyrics

The man pukes up his brace
My bra's already worn
I like sweet, salt and sour.
My panty is torn.

But my ass is bigger than the atlantic sea,
But mom tells me the fault does not ly with me.

Fridge of wonder,
Where did you come from?
Is it the way you filled my body and face,
Or was it me that filled you up in the first place?

Eu vejo mais ao longe
I am talking in tongues
I need something to eat
I am not feeling too well...

My heart is no longer strong,
Something is wrong
I swallow some food,
As I dial 911.

The nurse, she laughs as I enjoy my pie
No snackbar here, I wonder why.

Fries and pizza,
Where did you come from?
I try not to ask questions as I stuff my face,
I look for some leftothers but I cannot trace

Look at me, I baked so many pies
I will give all my money to eat those fries
Yeah look at me, I ate all my pies
I knew the chef would hear my cries

Kitchen of wonders,
Where do you think you're going?
I need you to know that
You're not going.

In the tummy's
and mouths of every kind of flavour
Every kind of flavour.

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