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Song Parodies -> "Oreo"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Calling

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Jena and Shirlene

The Lyrics

This is a song about how oreos can be bad sometimes. This is our first parody I hope you like it.
I've been thinkin bout you my love, and all the loco things that you put me through. Now its comin around, makin me fat. I was thinkin bout you when i ate vegetables. I could taste you when i licked the stems. All the while i showered you with spit and milk. What im needing now is a sweet cookie. To get back all my carbohydrates. I ate all i could ever eat, now i can never eat you.

Oreo, I wanted to eat you
Long before you made fat
Oreo, i should have stopped eating you
Long before you made me, made me fat.

I spent my money, ate you all.
I eated you a cookie bar.
But in my stomach all digested you are
I'll have one last pack, so you can make someone else fat
I know your gunna end up in a toilet.
So be a terd, thats good advice.
All my fat won't come back twice.
You never cared how fat I get, i really wanna eat you.


What I'm needing now is some sweet cookie, to get back all my carbohydtrates. I ate all i could ever eat, now i can never eat you.


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