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Song Parodies -> "Dump My Feces"

Original Song Title:

"Rest In Pieces"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Saliva

Parody Song Title:

"Dump My Feces"

Parody Written by:

Bryan Pardue

The Lyrics

Look at me
My mexican dinner is haunting me
Cause you know that I don't have to pee
It has not set it seems
It just shot down my spleen
I chew my cuticle tonight
Reminds me because all the cheese
And refried beans will gently destroy my ass

-Chorus-
Would you find it in your heart
To please show me the way
So I can dump my feces (let me dump my feces)
Would you find it in your heart
To please show me the way
So I can dump my feces (let me dump my feces)

Look at me
My depth perception must be off because
The restroom's further than I thought it was
It's within reach
You best have working fans

(Repeat Chorus 3 times)

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