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Song Parodies -> "Bury Me"

Original Song Title:

"Carry Me"

Original Performer:

The Stampeders

Parody Song Title:

"Bury Me"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

bury me
deep within the ground
never to be found
don't open up my can...

mmm mmm bury me
don below the floor
close the casket door
and het me rot here, man..
mmm mmm

here I've died and I'm not sick
and you all sit there so dreary
why can't you just send me along?

mm mm bury me
no more chasing maids
now I've died of aids
for all the conquests made..

here I've died and I'm not sick
and you all sit there so dreary
why can't you just send me along?

mmm mmm mmm mmm

mm mm bury me in life I was bad
a double timing cad
so don't be very sad

Mmm-mmm bury me
close the casket door
I won't cheat no more
six feet below the floor..

Mmm-mmm Mmm-mmm

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UnKnownVotress - April 07, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Malcolm, Lord HiGUNS, ~Duke o'Sex-On -Knee~ You're certainly not ready for the grave, yet! You've got the Monday blues.

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