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Song Parodies -> "Jerry Jerry"

Original Song Title:

"Breakfast In America"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Jerry Jerry"

Parody Written by:

The Great Karlando

The Lyrics

Guess who slept with my girlfriend, it's her brother Billy Bob
Dumped his girl for my girlfriend, because she was a nasty slob
Take an airplane to Chicago, be on Jerry Springer now
It's not funny, got no money, spent it all on that cow
All you can say is wow

Audience keeps laughing at her, I am going to tell you why
Tips the scales at 300, and she's up there showing thigh
Ya'll don't know me, she keeps screaming, but the giggles linger on
Oh my god they've started fighting, punches fly through the air
Now someone's throwing a chair

Jerry Jerry,
Jerry Jerry
La la la, la la la, la la la

If you want good entertainment, watch the Jerry Springer show
It's not cosher or high class, all of these things I know
It is funny, I'll betcha money, it will raise your self-esteem
When you're sad, brought down or mad, or life is full of rage
At least you're not the one on his stage

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Overall Rating: 3.8

Total Votes: 4

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