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Song Parodies -> "Death Adder"

Original Song Title:

"Brown Sugar"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Death Adder"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

A tribute to the villain from Golden Axe.
Evil person bound for misery
He was very frustrated to me
Axes, magic, and menace he had
This guy's really driving me mad
Death Adder, puts in a bad mood
(a-ha) Death Adder, just like a bad guy should
A-huh.

Bent on ruining others' lives
He was lack of justice and pride
He attempts to rule land of Yuria
This is the guy that you cannot trust
Death Adder, puts in a bad mood
(a-ha) Death Adder, just like a bad guy should
A-huh.

He's a much awful villain I have seen, evil magic
Can't be too obscene
But there are just some good guys gone bad
This pure evil's driving me mad
Death Adder, puts in a bad mood
(a-ha) Death Adder, just like a bad guy should
I said yeah, I said yeah, I said yeah, I said
Oh just like a, just like a bad guy should
I said yeah, I said yeah, I said yeah, I said
Oh just like, just like a bad guy should

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