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Song Parodies -> "Sell Everything For Fifty"

Original Song Title:

"Hell Aint A Bad Place To Be"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Sell Everything For Fifty"

Parody Written by:

Chris Pollman

The Lyrics

Hey you-
Sometimes I think that garage sales are kinda nice
Sometimes I think that the things are overpriced
Box of toys, belonged to boys
What are they selling to me?
Out for decent bargains, all the prices jargon
This ain't the price it should be

I need help, smell out a sale
I gotta see
Selling books, highway crooks
All the items are too pricey
Sell everything for fifty

Wates my money, it's a lose,
Each item isn't priced right
And I get to thinking
Hey, waint a sec, why are the selling broke lights
Rip-offs on pair of slippers
Make me complain
All the junk, selling the fur off a skunk
Selling me your old train

Don't mind buying a few things
As long as it's a deal
If this is a sale then you could say
It's not fore me
Sell everything for fifty

In the backyard, selling some stuff
Does not intrest me
Opens my wallet, empties it dry
Brings out the salesman in me
Sell everything for fifty

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