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Song Parodies -> "Child's Play"

Original Song Title:

"Ignition Remix"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Child's Play"

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The Lyrics

I never done this but i think it uscks
I go to the school
I been lookin for you
I hope your age is 10+2
You just know that
I wanna piss on you

You are gonna eat my poo-poo
And drink my pee-pee
And you seen my doo-doo
And wash you up with wee-wee

This is the remix edition
In the video i was pissin'
I went to the prison
I dropped the soap and had every man wishin'
You 're young and I'm drunk
There's no one around to arrest me so little girls are so fun

Its like murder she wrote
Little girls float my boat
Took her to the diner
Should have known she was a minor
I was showin her my screen
Should have known she was 14
She said she was 18


Now they makin' me a hater'
Can't get a job at a day-care center
I got pre teens on my left
Infants on my right
I like them all and they all real like
Im lost at a 21 and over party
At the party
And after the party
its the time to tell their mommy
And after the mommy
Her name was bonnie


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