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Song Parodies -> "Fridge Full Of Margaritas"

Original Song Title:

"Bridge Over Troubled Water"

Original Performer:

Simon & Garfunkel

Parody Song Title:

"Fridge Full Of Margaritas"

Parody Written by:

Fred Snider

The Lyrics

Does anyone else do their parodies at karaoke night? They should start doing that at clubs.
When you're bleary,
Trying to crawl,
Up to the toilet seat,
To just chuck it all,
I'm on the lawn,
Oh, tossing my lunch,
Tequila packs a punch!

Like a fridge full of margaritas,
I will toss them down,
Like a fridge full of margaritas,
I will toss them down!

When you're on the town,
When you're in a bar,
When you drink while driving,
In your speeding car,
I'll take the wheel,
Oh, when you pass out,
And chug a malted stout!
( Chorus )
Hey there, officer,
Pass on by,
Your lights and guns,
Are shining in both of my eyes too bright,
See how I fly?,
Oh, if I have to land,
I'll take your D. U. I.!
Like a fridge full of margaritas,
I will pay your fine,
Like a fridge full of margaritas,
I will do jail tiiiiiiiiiiiiiime! I'd like to thank you all for inspiring me to condure up enough of these to hit the 25 mark!

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