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Song Parodies -> "Flat Boobies"

Original Song Title:

"Dead Babies"

Original Performer:

Alice Cooper

Parody Song Title:

"Flat Boobies"

Parody Written by:

Porfle Popnecker

The Lyrics

Little Debbie traveled to the big town
She tried to get a job at Moulin Rouge
Debbie felt a little out of place there
Cause all the other girls were really huge

Flat boobies
Can't get big by themselves
Flat boobies
Can't put food on the shelves
Well we, couldn't see them, anyway

Dr. Feinberg makes a lot of money
Pumping silicone where it belongs
Little Debbie's dancing in the big room
Showing off her triple-D bazzongs

Flat boobies
Can't get big by themselves
Flat boobies
Can't put food on the shelves
Now we, can't believe them, anyway

Goodbye, little boobies, goodbye, little boobies
So long, little boobies, so long, little boobies

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Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 1

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Abbott Skelding - August 25, 2011 - Report this comment
I love the OS and I'm a huge Alice fan, this was a really good idea that was done nicely! Great job!

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