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Song Parodies -> "Breaking Walls"

Original Song Title:

"Wrecking Ball"

Original Performer:

Miley Cyrus

Parody Song Title:

"Breaking Walls"

Parody Written by:

Flash Flood

The Lyrics

Not much to say about this one, except that I agree with Miley's fans who say people should stop seeing her as the little Disney princess she once was.
You saw me twerk just like a twerp
At the VMA's
I danced without pants, showed my nay-nays

Now I got a video, dressed like a ho
Titillating you
Sexual "subtlety", ain't that a novelty
Tantalizing you

And then I come in breaking walls
Causing lots of damage
It doesn't make any sense at all
All I do is breaking
Yeah, breaking

I never meant to start a war
I just wanted to let you in
That I'm a Disney star no more
I guess I went too far I think
Looks I'm acting like a whore
Seems I cannot win
Gosh-darn it, now I feel so dim

Don't you ever say my career'll fade away
I will always excite you

And then I swoop in breaking walls
Contracting ain't my thing
Just crashin' in my undies, having a ball
All I ever do is breaking
Yeah, breaking
Yeah, breaking

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