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Song Parodies -> "Times Thrice"

Original Song Title:

"Thin Ice"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Times Thrice"

Parody Written by:

Led/Floyd

The Lyrics

Don't laugh this is my life.
2.I once was a baby,
Covered in blue.
And I may look wierd to you now,
But don't pick and choose.
Oooooo maybe.
Oooooooo maybe you'll.
Oooooo ooohh maybe.
If you will go waiting,
In a room full of thugs.,
The'll go bragging about their silent approach,
Of a fingerprint burned hands,
Don't be suprised when a big muscle guy,
Stabbed you in the back.
You fall to the floor like a dead wooden door,
With your blood flowing out from behind,
As he robs you twice.

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Agrimorfee - January 25, 2006 - Report this comment
Don't worry, I'm not laughing. Odd parody.
Led/Floyd - January 29, 2006 - Report this comment
Okay.

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