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Song Parodies -> "Ass Bunion"

Original Song Title:

"Glass Onion"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Ass Bunion"

Parody Written by:

Robert Mackle

The Lyrics

I need antibacterial shields
To soothe the spot that I cannot feel
Where painful puss postules grow
And white liquid flows
Doctors got me bent on the table
To see how my bottom half is
Looking at my ass bunion

Its a parasitic infection
Seeking some colonic correction
Praying from the butt of my soul
Dont spread to my balls
Squatting with a blasting sore yeah
Maybe gonna pop it tonight yeah
Looking at my ass bunion

Oh no, oh no, OH NO

Looking at my ass bunion

The doctor claimed the worm he did kill
I tell you man he's living there still
Well there's no other place it can be
Living in me
Fixing a mole on my butt-cheeks
Trying to sit down all pain free yeah
Looking at my ass bunion.

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Pacing: 3.4
How Funny: 2.8
Overall Rating: 2.8

Total Votes: 5

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Bob Gomez - November 10, 2005 - Report this comment
YES. This is my kind of parody. Keep up the disgustingly good work!

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