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Song Parodies -> "Calf"

Original Song Title:

"Cab"

Original Performer:

Train

Parody Song Title:

"Calf"

Parody Written by:

White Trash

The Lyrics

barn yards cold this time of year
and my cow friends are getting chopped into meat
except me
making my way and not made into ham
im unfamilar with this one harvest
in my barn and not into spam

the days i grow fatter but the farmer wont disect me
sometimes i think im the only calf on the road

knowing my ribs wont be bought and cooked
really bad health when i was looked
watching my friends tooking from the barn
wont be part of a beautiful lunch
mad cow diesease fill my intestants im dyeing away

and i know i wont be put to use
could of been inside of you
or turning myself into beef stew

chorus repeat

still wanna be a steak dinner
no one said that it was fair
to be real dumb

chorus repeat 2

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