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Song Parodies -> "Reese's Pieces"

Original Song Title:

"Leave The Pieces"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Wreckers

Parody Song Title:

"Reese's Pieces"

Parody Written by:

C-Dawg

The Lyrics

You're not sure what to buy me
But you're sure enough to get me some
Baby it ain't fair
You know i keep getting more round
You say you don't wanna give me
Another package I will tear
So why are you still standing there
Just watching me frown

(Chorus:)
And it's alright
Yeah, I'll be fine
Don't worry about this gut of mine
Just leave the bag and hit the road
Cause nothing you can do or say
Is gonna stop me eating anyway
It's just, Reese's Pieces down my throat.

Now you can drag out the big bag
Baby you should make it quick
You can pour it over me and let me munch on
Don't concern yourself with the mess down by my feet
I can clean it up you see
Every last one gone

(Chorus)

I'm not making up my mind
'tween plain or peanut
Cause both are fine
I "ll eat so much more than that

Yeah
Yeah
Yeah

(Chorus)

Reese's Pieces down my throat
Reese's Pieces down my throat

mmmm yeah

Yeah
Yeah
Yeah
Reese's Pieces down my throat

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