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Song Parodies -> "Dismembered When I Was A Kid"

Original Song Title:

"Remember When You Were A Kid"

Original Performer:

Kenny Karen

Parody Song Title:

"Dismembered When I Was A Kid"

Parody Written by:

Michael McVey

The Lyrics

I lost a leg and both my hands,
Climbing to the tree top.
Playing with an electric fan
Made my arm get lopped off

A pony ride one Sunday night
Almost claimed my big toe,
And I tore up one of my eyes,
Climbing through the window.

Dismembered when I was a kid,
That's just the way it is,
I don't have all my members.

Our neighborhood was like a zoo,
The kids sure raised some heckles.
AK-47's and B-52's,
Hand grenades and shackles.

Things always got real dangerous when
school started in September.
I stepped on a land mine and busted my shin,
Once again dismembered!

Dismembered when I was a kid,
That's just the way it is,
I don't have all my members.
Badly dismemberd, badly dismembered....
2004 Michael W. McVey

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