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Song Parodies -> "Lonely Hungry People"

Original Song Title:

"Lonely People"

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Parody Song Title:

"Lonely Hungry People"

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The Lyrics

This is for all the lonely people
Thinkin that life has passed them by
Don't give up until you gulp from the silver cup
Eat the heart of Jesus Christ

This is for all the single people
Thinkin that love has made them cry
Don't give up until you drain that great silver cup
Drink the blood of Jesus Christ

This is for all the hungry people
Feelin that fate has kicked them 'round
Don't go home until you crack your good neighbor's dome
Carve up his flesh & sell it by the pound

Well I'm on my way
Watching Fulci every day
I know that gore will heal my wounds

(reap-ete & keep reap-eting)

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WhizkidF - July 25, 2003 - Report this comment
That...was really religious!!!!!
Matt - November 11, 2003 - Report this comment
Dont quit your day job man.

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