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Song Parodies -> "Learn To sew"

Original Song Title:

"How to save a life"

Original Performer:

The Fray

Parody Song Title:

"Learn To sew"

Parody Written by:

Basil Ketchum

The Lyrics

I see her glare from cross the room
I drop my pencil down right on the floor
Bend down to pick it up
And heard my pants rip near my butt

(pre chorus) I'm hearing the laughs and I blush
Point at the kid sittin cross the lane
And swear to god damn life is a pain

(chorus) why weren't my pants long
They had to rip
Down near my butt
Not my penis
And ill have to stay up with them all night
As I try to learn to sew

I wish I hadn't bothered some
To bend down but then I got beef stew
The crack was big but I highly doubt
That anyone saw some of my poo

(pre chorus)


copyright © dec 2 2006 Basil Ketchum

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Pacing: 3.3
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 3

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Cody Slusher - December 22, 2008 - Report this comment
I really want some one on amiright to make a parody of dead wrong by the fray. Stop making how to save a life.There are a lot of parodies of that same dang song. I am extremly sick of this.I MEAN ITTTTTTT

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