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Song Parodies -> "Can't By Me Stovetop"

Original Song Title:

"Can't By Me Love"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Can't By Me Stovetop"

Parody Written by:

Jacq Carde

The Lyrics

Can't by me Stovetop, Stovetop
Can't by me Stovetop, Stovetop

Buy me anything my friend
You can even buy my love

I really hate their stuffing friend
It's the grossest stuff

I don't care to much for Stovetop
Stovetop won't buy me love
Won't buy me love, love
Won't buy me love ( now everybody knows)

Buy me another car my friend and I'll be satisfied
Just don't by me stuffing friend or I will surely die

I don't care too much for stuffing
Stuffing won't buy my love
Won't buy my love, love
Won't buy my love ( Ooooh!)

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Kat - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Where do you people come up with this stuff?

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