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Song Parodies -> "Shopping Song"

Original Song Title:

"Funeral Song"

Original Performer:

The Rasmus

Parody Song Title:

"Shopping Song"

Parody Written by:

Evil Giraffe

The Lyrics

Don't you just hate shopping?
I went to the store,
I needed some food,
I hate going there,
It's just so unfair.

This stupid shop,
The people who work here,
I swear that they're evil,
I need to leave here right now.

I died in this queue,
What was I supposed to do?
The old git pushed passed me.
He's searching for change,
The till girl looks bored,
Can't he just pay his damn fee?

I can't get out now,
Alarms have gone off,
Security is coming,
But I've paid for my stuff.

Just find my car,
Then I can go home,
Oh God what now?
My car has been stolen.

I'd died in that queue,
What was I supposed to do?
The old git'd pushed passed me,
If he'd not used his change,
I might have been in time,
Now my car I can't see.


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