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Song Parodies -> "Eating Snow"

Original Song Title:

"Letting Go"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Paul McCartney & Wings

Parody Song Title:

"Eating Snow"

Parody Written by:

Michael Hack

The Lyrics

Ah, she tastes like wine
Such a human being, so divine
Oh, she feels like sun
Mother Nature, look at what you've done

Oh, I feel like eating snow
Oh, I feel like eating snow

Ah, she'll dance and dine
Like a Lucifer she'll always shine
Oh, she looks like snow
I want to put her in a broadway show

Oh, I feel like eating snow
Oh, I feel like eating snow

Oh (oh) I feel like eating snow
Oh (oh) I feel like eating snow

Oh, she sings it so
I want to put her on the radio
One day and there you are
Ladies and gentlemen a brand new star

Woah, feel like eating snow
Oh, I feel like eating snow

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