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Song Parodies -> "Children of the Salads"

Original Song Title:

"Children of the Grave"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"Children of the Salads"

Parody Written by:

furk

The Lyrics

revolution in their salads
the children hate the starch
hate the chefs who make their salads
their cakes and their tarts
they're tired of being shoved around
and told just what to eat
they'll eat salads until they've won
with bulging eyes and green feet.. yeah!

children of the salad live in
the veggies that fall today
will plants grow tomorrow
to make more salads anyway?
must the town live in the
shadow of saladic fear
can they remove onions from food
or will they always tear.. yeah!

so u children of the salad
listen to what i say
if u want better salads to eat
plant more veggies today
show the town that salads are
still the best thing around
or u children of the salad
are gunna go deep down.. yeah!

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