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Song Parodies -> "Sub-Zero"

Original Song Title:

"Brown Sugar"

Original Performer:

Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

He was manipulating cold moisture
He can replicate himself in ice for sure
He ain't yellow unlike Scorpion
One of those ninja Mortal Kombatants
Sub-Zero! Are you in a deep mood?
Sub-Zero! His ice powers were good

If he takes his mask off, it ain't Scorpion's skull
Vengeance is a dish better served cold
Opponent's head-on-a-stick in his hand
Cutting down on temperature across the land
Sub-Zero! Are you in a deep mood?
Sub-Zero! His ice powers were good

["Finish him!"]
[blood splatter]
[Shao Kahn laugh]
["Sub-Zero wins. Brutality."]

You know he can replicate himself
In the form of an ice statue as well
He'll slide his best foot across the floor
Broken bones, body parts, even blood and gore
Sub-Zero! Are you in a deep mood!
Sub-Zero! His ice powers were good

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