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Song Parodies -> "Buffy Addict"

Original Song Title:

"Teenage Dirtbag"

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Parody Song Title:

"Buffy Addict"

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The Lyrics

This is a tribute to the fittest vampire alive-- well dead. Angel. To get some of the lyrics you have to watch the show.
His name is Angel
I always dream about him
He rings my bell
Buffy's in half an hour
How I adore
The coats to the floor

But he doesn't know who I am
And he doesn't give a damn about me
Cause I'm just a buffy addict baby,
Yeah I'm just a Buffy addict baby
Come watch it friday nights baby with me.

His girlfriends a dick
She brings a stake to school
And she always kicks
the vamps that are in her way
She's always with him
Working out in the gym


Oh yeah addict
no he doesn't know what he's missing x2

Man I feel like mould
It's prom night and I am lonely
Low and behold
He's walking over to me
This must be fake
I get out my stake
Maybe he has lost his soal
Maybe he's looking for a foul goal

I've got two tickets
To Dingos Ate My Baby
come with me friday
Don't say maybe
I'm just a Buffy addict baby like you


Oh yeah addict
no he doesn't know what he's missing x2


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