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Song Parodies -> "Bread With Their Kin ( The Tennessee Anthem)"

Original Song Title:

"Dust In The Wind"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Kansas

Parody Song Title:

"Bread With Their Kin ( The Tennessee Anthem)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

too close, those eyes,
pregnant by her uncle, now the uncle's gone
sad, it seems,
jumbled dna makes curiosities

bred with their kin,
everyone's inbred with their kin

just seems wrong...
loving up your daughter who is just thirteen
what to do?
send the sheriff round and round them up you see.

bred with their kin
everyone's inbred with their kin

don't say wrong..
loving lasts forever 'tween a mum and son
they slip away
and then you hear them breathing loud and having fun...
bred with their kin
everyone's inbred with their kin

bred with their kin
everyone's inbred with their kin

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