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Song Parodies -> "Reese's Pieces"

Original Song Title:

"Rest In Pieces"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Reese's Pieces"

Parody Written by:

Jammin' Jeff

The Lyrics

I'm craving, for something peanut buttery right now,
Must buy some candy at the store somehow.
But I'm broke at this time,
And I know what to find_Some Reese's Pieces would be nice.
So I asked mom if she'd drive down
To the store now, and look in the candy aisle.

I don't want any Pop Tarts,
Forget buying PayDays,
I just want Reese's Pieces.
(Just want Reese's Pieces)
Don't you dare get those Sweet Tarts,
Forget buying Smarties,
I just want Reese's Pieces.
(Just want Reese's Pieces)

I'm craving, For something peanut buttery right now,
If I don't have some then I'll have a cow.
Then suddenly,
Mom put it in my hands.

Didn't buy me no Pop Tarts,
None of those Paydays,
She bought my Reese's Pieces.
(Bought my Reese's Pieces)
I then ripped the bag apart,
Walked away very happy,
And ate my Reese's Pieces.
(Ate my Reese's Pieces)

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