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Song Parodies -> "French Fries in a Coffee Pot"

Original Song Title:

"Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground"

Original Performer:

The White Stripes

Parody Song Title:

"French Fries in a Coffee Pot"

Parody Written by:

Kyle Bell

The Lyrics

French fries in a coffee pot with grease that's way too hot
With gimpy legs the hobos beg cuz they need to sleep in a cot, they
need to sleep in a cot
Half-naked on the railroad tracks will tell you that I have no home
And I think I'm going to lay down for a while just to rest my bones,
for a while just to rest my bones

Please don't just shrug me off cuz you know that will make me cough
If I could just get some cheap vaccines I don't think I'd be sick at
all, don't think I'd be sick at all
You've got nice clothes and a good hair cut, won't you give me
something you don't need
And when I find a fat stray cat I'm thinkin' that its time to eat,
thinkin' that its time to eat

I didn't look so bad until I got kicked out
And I got no home, nowhere to sleep so sound, to sleep so sound

And any man with a cardboard box in my opinion's really rich
I know if I had a box I might could go find some socks, I might could
go find some socks

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