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Song Parodies -> "My Clothes Are Tight"

Original Song Title:

"We've Got Tonight"

Original Performer:

Bob Seger

Parody Song Title:

"My Clothes Are Tight"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I know it's weight
I know it's belly
I know my pants
Don't fit on me
Still need a bra
Ate that baloney
Covered in curry
Topped with a pear.
Look at those bars
Of Milky Ways.
My clothes are tight
Who needs suspenders
My clothes are tight
What do I weigh?

Deep casserole
I've been so hungry.
All of my shirts,
Stretching away.
I've longed for pie,
All smothered in ice cream.
I'll keep expanding
After every meal.
So, there's the beef
I'll eat it all down.
My clothes are tight.
What do I weigh?

I know my plate's filled with spaghetti (Ghetti)
I know my pans have been licked empty
Still eat a jar,
Of peanut butter (Butter)
Of peanut butter (Butter)

My jacket's tight,
I ripped the shoulders.
I need elast-
-tic on my waist.
Still need a bra
Both of my man boobs.
My clothes are tight.
What do I weigh?
Oh-Oh, Ohhhhh
What do I weigh?

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