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Song Parodies -> "(God Damn There's) No More Drugs"

Original Song Title:

"(There's Gotta Be) More To Life"

Original Performer:

Stacie Orrico

Parody Song Title:

"(God Damn There's) No More Drugs"

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The Lyrics

We have run out, and I feel I am poor
Cause my buisness will go if I don't sell no more
Have you got no more weed or do i have to kill you for it
And why is america bad

God damn there's no more drugs...
Merchants can't live without selling stuff to hobos
Cause the more that I...
Sell the sooner I will be a millionare
Well there's drinking, but oh god damn... there's no more drugs
I'm wanting more

I've want a bill that will make drugs legal
Bush is so dumb he will have to pass it
We also want, The right to sell fireworks and candy

[repeat chorus]

I need more
Or soon I will be poor and be on Average Joe
Why am I feeling like drugs can be missed................

[repeat chorus x2]

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Mr. X - February 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Uh... it was okay.

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