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Song Parodies -> "Drug Addicted Teen"

Original Song Title:

"Mississippi Queen"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Mountain

Parody Song Title:

"Drug Addicted Teen"

Parody Written by:

Floyd's Garage

The Lyrics

Drug Addicted Teen, she's a never been clean
Drug addicted teen, injecting anything
Crystal Meth from Pittsburg, Dirty needles from L.A.
Burned out little lady, I love my Drug Addicted Teen
You know she's all strung out
But to me she's so fine

While the rest of them dudes were giving her hash
Buddy, beg your pardon, she's a smoking mine!

Drug Addicted Teen, Snorts her coke and gets mean
Drug Addicted Teen, She's smoking everything
That girly she begged me, for a hit of LSD
You know that I told her, I saved it for me
To keep her looking pretty, I keep drinking cheap wine

While the rest of them dudes were popping their reds
Buddy, beg your pardon, I'm a popping mine

You know she's all strung out, but to me she's so fine

While the rest of them dudes were a sniffin that glue
Brother, beg your pardon, I'm a getting high

Yeah, yeah, Drug Addicted Teen

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