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Song Parodies -> "Pizza Faces"

Original Song Title:

"Empty Spaces"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Pizza Faces"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

From the rock opera "The Pile of Bricks". Included here are the 'album version' and 'live/movie version' lyrics of this song.
(Album version)
What shall we use to clean the Pizza Faces?
They can hardly talk
How shall we fill the empty places
Where they popped them all?

(Live/movie version)
What else is there besides the Pizza Faces?
We are slaves in P.S.204
Shall we set out to get some new class status?
Shall we expose all of our flaws?
Shall we be a football star?
Put bugs in a formaldehyde jar?
Shall we get drunk every night?
Shall we scale new heights?
Be in fashion?
Scare moms?
Be good like a priest?
Do what may please us?
Break bones?
Use foam?
Bust up a pay phone?
Make a stink?
Hear The Kinks?
Be in heat?
Be a creep?
Be wimpy Teachers' Pets?
Raise hogs?
Break bats?
Fill your locker with stash?
What's your pleasure?
Be a hescher!
C'mon man, let's have a ball
And I'll see you next fall

Copyright 1985-1995, 2000 Agrimorfee(The term 'hescher' coined by members of Camper Van Beethoven in a Rolling stone interview, similar to the term 'slacker')

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