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Song Parodies -> "Fuse Box"

Original Song Title:

"Squeeze Box"

Original Performer:

Who

Parody Song Title:

"Fuse Box"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

My house has a fuse box
That blows every week
When I'm cookin' my food
Or I'm takin' a leak
And it turns out the light
When I'm readin' at night
My house has a fuse box
But the breakers don't work right

Guess there's too much juice
From the power poles
And it all shuts down
When I'm drillin' holes
Or playin' my guitar
Or tryin' to charge my car
My house has a fuse box
But the breakers don't work right

They go out and out and out and out
And out and out and out and out
Cause they're fryin' all night
During an HBO fight
My house has a fuse box
But the breakers don't work right

I use pennies
I use nickles
The tin foil just won't do
I tried the Elmer's glue
My house has a fuse box
But the breakers ain't in tight
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