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Song Parodies -> "Killing His Sphincter (The Freddy Krueger Bathroom Song)"

Original Song Title:

"Killing Me Softly (With His Song)"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Roberta Flack

Parody Song Title:

"Killing His Sphincter (The Freddy Krueger Bathroom Song)"

Parody Written by:

Professor Incubus

The Lyrics

After recently seeing a picture on Facebook of Freddy Krueger sitting on the toilet, I got the idea for this parody. The premise for this parody could also pertain to Edward Scissorhands. It can lead to problems in the bathroom!
Wiping is hard with his fingers
Scraping his butt with those knives,
Cleaning his butthole is so hard,
It can be so hard.
With those knives being so deadly,
With those knives killing his Sphincter,
It went so wrong!

He had to take a big dump,
Freddy had some Taco Bell.
He dined on 4 Chalupas and a cheesy Meximelt
Then came that awful feeling
He proceeded to the men's room!

Holding his gut with sharp fingers
Bleeding from cuts from those knives
Cleaning his butthole is so hard,
It can be so hard.
With those knives being so deadly,
With those knives, killing his Sphincter,
It went so wrong!

I think he needs a medic
His ass just hurts like hell
He wishes that he never
had dined at Taco Bell!
He hopes his pain'll diminish
Until then, he keeps on bleeding!

Shouting curse words from the bathroom
From cuts on his swollen behind
Cleaning his butthole is so hard,
It can be so hard.
With those knives being so deadly,
With those knives, killing his Sphincter,
It went so wrong!

I guess he had a bad day
Because of all those knives
If he only had a bidet
Indeed, he would survive
But yet, he sadly perished
While sitting on the throne

Having those knives as his fingers
Lead to his dreadful demise
Cleaning his butthole is so hard,
It can be so hard.
With those knives being so deadly,
With those knives, killing his Sphincter,
It went so wrong!

Ohhhh Nooooo ohhhh Oh No
Ohh no no no no no no
Ha Ha Ha, Ha Ha Ha
Ohhhh Nooooo ohhhh Oh No
La Hahh Hahhhhhh haaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Ha Hahh Hahh, Hahh Hahh Hahh Hahh

Shouting curse words from the bathroom
From cuts on his swollen behind
Cleaning his butthole is so hard,
It can be so hard.
With those knives being so deadly,
With those knives, killing his Sphincter,
It went so wrong!

Having those knives as his fingers
Lead to his dreadful demise
Cleaning his butthole is so hard,
It can be so hard.
With those knives being so deadly,
With those knives, killing his Sphincter,
It went so wrong!

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Fridge Logic - April 20, 2023 - Report this comment
It's kinda like that point Pitch Meetings made about the first Harry Potter movie: if the villain had Voldemort's face on the back of his head, that meant either he'd have to sleep on his side every night that whole school year long, or someone's face was getting pressed into the pillow.

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