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Song Parodies -> "What About Homer"

Original Song Title:

"What About Me"

Original Performer:

Shannon Noll

Parody Song Title:

"What About Homer"

Parody Written by:

B Man

The Lyrics

This song is about Homer Simpson at the Quicky Mart
There's a really fat man
Waiting at the Quicky Mart
He's been waiting with his chips
Waiting half the day
Waiting for neison to own up and pay

The town clock starts to chime
Homer starts to look up at the chip sign
He looks up and he screams

A Dollar Nineteen
It isn't fair
I've had anough
An I have no hair
Can't you see
It isn't fair. Cause you just
Charge more then you need

Now there's another man
Waiting behind Homer in line
His name is Flanders
His saying goes like this

Then Homer goes
"Man I'm feeling cold and alone
I guess that's because
I'm standing infront on the air con"
Then his stands on the counter
And he screams

A Dollar Nineteen
It Isn't fair
I've had enough
And I've got no hair
Can't you see
I'm a poor fat man
Cause you just charge
More then you need

What About Me
What About Homer?

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