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Song Parodies -> "Wrecking Ball"

Original Song Title:

"Wrecking Ball"

Original Performer:

Miley Cyrus

Parody Song Title:

"Wrecking Ball"

Parody Written by:

Lily Windwave

The Lyrics

skylanders parody since Wrecking Ball is the name of a skylnader
I was so small
hiding in the hall
in the palace of the mage
I was needed
potion ingridient
but I drank it, now I'm all the rage

dont't say it, don't you dare
I did'nt win unfair
I will always eat you
don't say 'this battle stinks'
it's just my first instinct
I will always eat you

because my name is Wrecking Ball
and fighting evil is my love
all I want is to kick your butt
but then you said 'you swallowed me!'
yeah, 'you swallowed me!'

I bash you high
up in the sky
you won't live to come down
I loudly burp
while your sense of of smell burns
and now, you fainted on the ground


Because my name is Wrecking Ball
when the enemy saw me he ran and swore
now I crashed and now he's about to fall
and now he said 'you swallowed me!'

I never meant to make the disco ball
I just wanted to be awared and win
and instead of planning before
I guess I should've done it on a whim (x2)

Wrecking Ball character (c) Activision

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