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Song Parodies -> "The Origami Song"

Original Song Title:

"Seven Nation Army"

Original Performer:

The White Stripes

Parody Song Title:

"The Origami Song"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I'm gonna fold away
I'm doin' origami, gonna make some art
But they forgot to say
Makin' these birds would be so damn hard

And I try to make a paper swan but it looks like a snail
And I'm not sure my chimpanzee should have a tail

And a whisper deep inside my brain says, "Give it away"

Now they're all laughin' at me
Origami class is my personal hell
Everyone ridicules me
"Crap at origami!" are the words they yell

But if I catch you laughin' in my face, I'm gonna rip out your tongue
And we'll see how well you can breathe, pal, with just one lung

But the feelin' that I'm gettin' here says, "Just go home"

I'm gonna give it up
Hide from these paper stacks forever more
If it'll shut 'em up
They can watch me marchin' out that door

But I'm foldin' and I'm foldin' and it's really drivin' me insane
'Cause the pterodactyl I've just made looks like a diesel train

And I can't take a second more, so I'm going home

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