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Song Parodies -> "Spongebob Paradise"

Original Song Title:

"Gangsta's Paradise"

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Parody Song Title:

"Spongebob Paradise"

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The Lyrics

In this song, Spongebob admits how stupid and childish he is. Then, viewers and mature people express their feelings about this yellow sponge thing
Verse One: (Spongebob Speaking)

As I walk through Bikini Bottom acting so dumb
I take a look at my friend and realize he's a fat one
Cuz he does nothing but act like a sloth
That even my viewers think that his mind is gone
But he is not an avaricious one like Mr. Krabs
I must admit that I do deserve a flew hard slaps
You better watch how you actin and how you laughing
Or you will be labeled as a retard to
I like to laugh funny because I am gay
For others they say that I am a really big fool
I am the sea creature little children wanna be like
laughing like a jackass
and still going to driving class


Been spending all my life living in a Spongebob Paradise
I've jellyfished more than twice living in a Spongebob Paradise

(angry viewer #1 speaking)
Patrick Starfish is not wise 'cause he lives in Spongebob's Paradise
This show is what I despise 'cause it's about Spongebob's Paradise

Verse Two:

Nickelodeon's wasting, they're time and painting
This nicktoon is abnormal, it is not a kid's show
It is a psychological disaster
But it makes viwers have uncontrollable laughter
I have studied this in school: shows have hidden meanings
Some of them are stupid and overall vapid
But Spongebob is too much, still making big bucks
This show should be cancelled because it is show for FOOLS
He is nothing but a yellow sponge thing
who is really gay and stupid, what's there to say?
He is a fry cook who gets underpaid by his
avaricious boss who is a fat crab

Chorus: (Mature people speaking)

Tell me why children are blind to see
That this show is not for the kiddies

(angry viewer #2 speaking)
Kids listen to my advice, do not watch Spongebob's Paradise
He is weird which is not nice, he lives in the Spongebob Paradise
He exaggerates when he cries, its a stupid Spongebob Paradise
Your brain will be totally fried, watching too much Spongebob Paradise

Verse Three: (angry viewer #3 speaking)

Don't waste your energy, watching this disaster
Spongebob is a weirdo and a gaylord master
Don't you even know that
he covers up his own homosexuality
when he is with that starfish
but I don't know what's his deal
They say Spongebob is cool, but he obviously is dumb
Children don't understand, the main rule of thumb:
Do not copy, the things you see, on the TV
Or else your own damn life is out of line FOOL


Kids been spending most their lives living in a Spongebob Paradise
Let me rephrase my advice, it's dumb to watch Spongebob's Paradise
Spongebob's friends are mostly guys, he is gay in Spongebob's Paradise
Someday you will say I'm right, it's dumb to watch Spongebob's Paradise

(Mature people speaking)
Tell me why children are blind to see
That this show is not for the kiddies

Tell me why children are blind to see
That this show is not for the kiddies


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