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Song Parodies -> "I Can't Kill Enough With You"

Original Song Title:

"I Can't Say Goodbye To You"

Original Performer:

Helen Reddy

Parody Song Title:

"I Can't Kill Enough With You"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I Can't Kill Enough With You

You said it would be better
If we start killing each other
If you had only stab me first
When I was asleep
Cause now you've got less victims
I should not expect things from you
That you can kill for me
Oh but, baby can't you kill?


I can't kill enough with you
No matter how I try
Your such a stupid pig
Without you they surely die
Deep in the heart stabbing them
I know that you and I
Were meant to be killers
But I can't kill with you enough

Neither of us planned
The we would be killing this way
And since I'm good
Why should I be in jail?
Sometimes some crimes happen
That cases can never be solved
But it's too late for you
They already put you in a jail.



Who knows why we kill
When we kill the ones we love
Who knows why we do
The things we do in our crimes
I know that you're a killer man
And you only try to do what's worse
But how can I forget
All the killings we have shared.


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