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Song Parodies -> "Pork"

Original Song Title:

"Good-bye"

Original Performer:

Pokemon

Parody Song Title:

"Pork"

Parody Written by:

Elisabeth

The Lyrics

The song this is parodying appeared in the Pokemon episode, "Gotta Catch Ya Later".
Pork
Funny how that's such a hard thing to chew.
Now it's time to swallow but
It sticks together like glue.
Promised I'd eat it all but
My friends knew I was lyin'
I tried to at first but
Now I am nearly cryin'
This pork has way too much fat!
What makes me sickened most of all
In the school lunch hall
Is knowing that tomorrow they
Serve fried rat.

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Pacing: 2.0
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Overall Rating: 3.7

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PokeshippingFan1 - September 13, 2010 - Report this comment
Lol that to misty 's goodbye i hate pokemon for doing that anyway misty was the best so owned that song does not exist anymore pokemon its now called pork

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