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Song Parodies -> "Benjamin"

Original Song Title:

"Iron Man"

Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"Benjamin"

Parody Written by:

Phoenix Matthews

The Lyrics

About my extremely critical, vain, heavy-metal loving ex boyfriend, Benjamin, who everyone hates.
I am Benjamin
I never make anybody grin.
All I do is criticize
Just to make me feel good deep inside.

I'm the hottest thing,
That the world has ever seen.
I think it is wrong,
That every single girl likes Zac Efron.

I think the Help Group's dumb,
Going there is such a bum.
If I ruled that school,
Everyone would think that I am cool.

Everyone loves me,
Because everyone knows that I'm God.
I don't care what my friends say,
Because I am so darn hot.

Everybody's fat
Cause I'm so skinny like a Siamese cat.
I am extremely buff,
You are weak and I am tough.

Everyone loves me,
Why is Oprah holding a torch?
It must be a holiday,
But why am I on the floor?

Other person:
Now the time is here,
We finally found his greatest fear,
Why don't we send him in,
'Cause it's time for the roast of Benjamin!














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