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Song Parodies -> "Stupidity"

Original Song Title:

"Paranoid"

Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"Stupidity"

Parody Written by:

Alex "Alejandro" Bonin

The Lyrics

I dropped out of high school
‘Cause I didn’t learn a single thing
Now I sit around all day
Just feasting on a chicken wing

All day long I watch TV
And I cannot find my DVD
Think I’ll lose my hair
If I don’t find some nicer clothes to wear

Can you help me
Occupy a chair
Oh no

I need someone to help me
Kill the wasp that I can’t find
I can’t see the thing in here that’s bugging me
I must be blind

Drink a Coke and I ask why
And you will think and I will fly
Misery I cannot feel
‘Cause life to me is so unreal

And because you hear these words
While eating food that I once ate
I want you to stuff your face
I wish I could but it’s too late





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