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Song Parodies -> "Paralyzed"

Original Song Title:

"Paranoid"

Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"Paralyzed"

Parody Written by:

Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

Fell On My Spinal Cord
Cause It Wasn't Broken Within' A Second
People Think In Injured
Because I'm Not Walking Anymore

All Day Long I Think Of Things
But Nothing Seems To Work
Think I'll Lose My Mind
I Don't Find A Stinkin' Wheelchair

Can You Help Me
Re-Work My Brain?
Oh Yeah!!

I Need Someone To Show Me
The Girls I Love That I Can't Find
I Can't See The The Girls That Make Love To Boys
They Must Be Blind

Tell A Lie, And I Will Talk
But I Can't Dance Or Walk
I Wish I Was On My Feet
So I Could Tap The Beat

And So As You Sing These Songs
Tell You Now It's Too Late
I'll Tell You To Leave
Leave This Whole State

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