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Song Parodies -> "Meth"

Original Song Title:

"Beth"

Original Performer:

KISS

Parody Song Title:

"Meth"

Parody Written by:

Floyd's Garage

The Lyrics

Meth, I hear you callin'
And I want a hit right now
I spent my whole day searchin'
For the best dealer in town
Just a few more miles
And I'll be at home with you
My head hears you a callin'
Oh, Meth I just want you
Meth I just want you

Without you life is empty
'Cause I spend my days alone
And you're all that I will love
Take me to the Twilight Zone

Just a few more miles
And I'll find a dealer who
Has prices that are falling
Oh, Meth I just want you
Meth you'll see me through

Beth, I fin'lly bought you
And I know the price was right
And so now I might as well O.D.
Tonight

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kissfan364 - January 16, 2011 - Report this comment
amazing lol

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