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Song Parodies -> "You Can't Stop a Fat Girl (With One Cinnamon Roll)"

Original Song Title:

"You Can't Stop a Woman (When She's Out of Control)"

Original Performer:

Rodney Crowell

Parody Song Title:

"You Can't Stop a Fat Girl (With One Cinnamon Roll)"

Parody Written by:

Kelly Marsh

The Lyrics

She rolled into the bakeshop, like a big fat sow
I stood in her road, and I hollered right out loud
Here's a free pastry, just take it and go
But you can't stop a fat girl with one cinnamon roll

(Chorus) She's crazy 'bout eatin', I tell ya so
and the boys in the bakeshop just say "Man, Thar She Blows"
She's crazy 'bout eatin', I tell ya so
But you can't stop a fat girl with one cinnamon roll

She punched in my counter, I just said "Oh No"
As she demolished my doughnuts, row after row
I guess that should'a stopped her, but I ran outta luck
When she finished with my bakeshop she attacked my pastry truck

I kicked and I cussed, as she drove off down the road
She throwed back a stale doughnut, which busted my nose
You add insult to injury, what do you get?
That fat girl's my wife so I won't ever forget

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