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Cam Peckham

The Lyrics

Enjoy Rush fans.
Sitting down at lunch is now
As deadly as Iran
Sitters, it has begun
Attacked by lunchlady’s slop
Beyond the next table

Thrown another salad roll
An ill-timed food-attack
An egg is coming: smack
One must put up barriers
Like lunchtrays or backpacks


Winning in a foodfight
A challenge in itself
Every man for himself
Those who wish to live
Without a stain or horrible smell
Living in a dream, this is hell
You’d better not tell
The teachers or we’re screwed

A disgusting second round
Is anybody left?
Complete dignity theft
Who the hell threw that pizza?
It still looked edible…

All the room’s indeed a stage
We are merely fighters
Not scribes, penners or writers
Only one man left standing
Winner has gloating rights
Copyright Cam Peckham, 2007 Questions, Comments

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 4.3
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 9

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Yoidy - April 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Funny, messy, and philosophical at that same time. 555
Bradford Boogie - April 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Phrasing and rhymes are way off on this one. Make sure your syllables match the original, and you rhyme where the original rhymes.
Agrimorfee - April 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Bradford is partially don't have to necessarily rhyme the *exact* same way, but sometimes it adds to the humor. This was almost Peart-like, so I can give you some credit for that. Is there a verse or two missing?

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