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System of a Down

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The Lyrics

Life's full of Weetabix
There's one in the package
and one again here in my bowl

Swimming through the milk
They fear the spoon
They hide from me
but I'll find them all!

Cause we are the ones who want to choose
We're sick of Coco Pops
Now we'll feed on honey loops!
And we are the ones who want to eat
We're out of Crunchy Oats
Now we change to Shredded Wheat

Cereals, In the sky
When I eat my Cornflakes
I get high
Cereals, Cereals
I feel dead because
my stock's run dry
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Pacing: 4.5
How Funny: 3.8
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 8

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Mikey Boy - April 25, 2004 - Report this comment
Its very good but you use cereals that are fake like cocoa pops, honey loops nad what in the name of god is weetabix.
Silencer - May 15, 2004 - Report this comment
A type of cereal I guess... A fine parody it is , reasonably funny and so wonderfully absurd. We should tip Al Yankovic of this one ;)

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