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Song Parodies -> "Cell Phones"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Cell Phones"

Parody Written by:

Adam Bernstein

The Lyrics

Cell Phones, get away.
Va-lley girls and Frat boys babble on them every day.
Cell Phones, drive me nuts
Everywhere rude cell phones talkers, I hate their guts,
New S-U-Vs, contain yuppies,
chattering on Verizons while running over puppies.

Cell Phones, get back.
Mindless conversations a-bout luxuries they lack.
Cell Phones, are the pits,
Urgent call coming through about the laundry list.
Their hand is permanently attached to their ear,
while they step over a homeless man in tears.

Cell Phones, they're a crime.
Make those Wall Street deals by phone, (while) starving people die..
Cell Phones, so they say
Are the root of all evil today.
If you ask them to shut up, it's no surprise
they won't go away, away, awaa-ay, away.

"So he was like, and I was like, like, like, like...."
"You cell phones users are cruising for a

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Pacing: 3.8
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Overall Rating: 3.8

Total Votes: 4

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