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Song Parodies -> "Matza"

Original Song Title:

"I Will Survive"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Gloria Gaynor

Parody Song Title:

"Matza"

Parody Written by:

Eva and Maddie

The Lyrics

if matza could talk..this is what it would say...
I was afraid, I was electrified
you stuffed me in the oven, with no yeast at my side
I didn't think I'd live, 'cause i couldnt rise, i couldnt rise i couldnt rise...HEY HEY
i couldn't rise
in B.C. i was the biggest thing, for human eye's to see
when i came out of the oven, looking so very flat
everyone said "Hey! now what the hell is up with that?"
i said "i know, i look so bad,
but try me i just might be the newest and biggest fad,
and every year some time this month, you'll make some more of me
and if you dare to eat with yeast
to hell your spirits will flee!"
im all you'll need to get by
i am really equipped
just promise me one thing,
youll get the hell outta egypt!

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