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Song Parodies -> "Corn Pops"

Original Song Title:

"Hashpipe"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Weezer

Parody Song Title:

"Corn Pops"

Parody Written by:

GK (G™mMwZ LTrk KwlT)

The Lyrics

A song of breakfast cerials and how to get them...
Ung

Wake up in the morning and I'm cravin some food;
Don't know how to cook, cause I'm only a dude.
Head up to the grocery where the cerials' hid
cause I'm startin to see rabits that say "Trix are for Kids"

(R)Whoa...
You gotta help me-e
Whoa...
I'm really hungry-y
Whoa...
I need some food pea-se
Whoa...
You got your bagels
Whoa...
I got my box tops
Whoa...
You got your cream che-ese....
I got my Corn Pops

Ung

"Hey why do you kids eat those Apple Jacks...?
They don't taste like apple so whats up with that?"
"Hey dad, you better go take a hike,
cause Apple Jacks are cool and we eat what we like!"

(R)

(guitar solo)

(R)

I got my Corn Pops...

Ung,

I got my Corn Pops!

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