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Song Parodies -> "Bang Bang Boom"

Original Song Title:

"Bang Bang Boom"

Original Performer:

The Moffatts

Parody Song Title:

"Bang Bang Boom"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Early mornin'
Gotta stinky monkey by my side
What's the story
Behind that goopy, toothless smile
Doo DooDoDooooo
Yeah, he's a monkey
No he's a dead one on my back
Although his soul's gone
The smell never goes away now

His head goes rushin'
And his blood goes gushin'
Everytime he tries to squack now
But it doesn't really matter
For worse or for better
'Cause he will always be the ugly one

When he goes:
His head goes BANG BANG BOOM!


He supplies me
With the stench I'd never need
I'm still a theif.
From the day I took his life now!

When he floats into the room
The stench brings tears to my eyes
From the devil in diguise

Stinky Monkey by my side-
With a goopy-toothless smile-
He's the devil in disguise-
Brings tears to my eyes-

Stench supplier I don't need-
Stole his life and made him bleed-
But I don't mind! I don't mind! I don't mind!!!!

When he goes-
(Chorus repeat)

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