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Song Parodies -> "My Thighs"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Norah Jones

Parody Song Title:

"My Thighs"

Parody Written by:

Emily B.

The Lyrics

A lady with fat thighs laments.
My thighs, my thighs,
Feel like mourning 'cause of thighs,
'Cause my legs are like two big, fat towers.

My thighs, my thighs,
They both tremble when I try,
To walk, so I just don't anymore.

And I say,
Ew, ew, ew, ew.
Ew, ew, ew, ew.
Boo hoo.

My thighs, my thighs,
They are bigger than the skies,
And they jiggle like that jello mold.

My thighs, my thighs,
When I see them I could cry,
They are huge montrosities, oh yes.

And now, that I,
Have tried to walk around,
Oh, yeah yeah,
I have fallen down,
'Cause my meaty legs,
Did bring me down.

Ew, ew, ew yeah yeah,
And I said ew, ew, ew ew yeah yeah.

Ew, ew, ew, ew...
Boo hoo.

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Pacing: 3.3
How Funny: 3.3
Overall Rating: 3.3

Total Votes: 3

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M-Dawg - September 05, 2004 - Report this comment
That song like totally fits me. I'm not very big but my thighs are huge! I wish they woluld lose some weight!

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