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Song Parodies -> "Geek Nerd"

Original Song Title:

"Free Bird"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Parody Song Title:

"Geek Nerd"

Parody Written by:

Chris Pollman

The Lyrics

No, I'm not like this, no, It isn't about anyone in Lynyrd Skynyrd.It's just a TV show nerd anthem.
If I leave her right about now.
I'd still prob'lby be a geek.
For I must be taping my glasses,
oh now, I've been like this all week.
But If I left here, before you girl
Things just wouldn't be all right.
Cause I'm geeky like a nerd now
And this nerd you has got mange
Lord knows, I've got mange

Man, the comic book's over
Though my diaper I can't change
But bully, please don't hurt me
badly, Cause you know my life's
so lame. But If I left here, before
you girl, Things just wouldn't be
all right. Cause I'm geeky like
a nerd now, and this nerd has got
mange. . And this nerd, well
he's got mange.

You know I have mange...
Please help me, I have mange...

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