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Song Parodies -> "Crappy Food"

Original Song Title:

"Paranoid"

Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"Crappy Food"

Parody Written by:

Robbie G.

The Lyrics

Finished with my dinner cause it really looks like its unkind
You said my meal was ribs but I can tell that it ain't prime
At supper I expect my meal to be good and satisfy
But when you give me crap like this, all I can say is goodbye

It tastes like pee
Thought you were my friend
Woah yeah

I need something that won't destroy what is left of mankind
I don't want these meals that give me an unconciuos mind

Every time you make a pie, it tastes like crap, I will not lie
I'd rather eat banana peels, how can you call this a meal

And so as you hear these words, will you still give me a plate?
You tell me to enjoy my meal, and man that sure makes me irate

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