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Song Parodies -> "Live And Let Fry"

Original Song Title:

"Live And Let Die"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Wings

Parody Song Title:

"Live And Let Fry"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Stephen Fry was so young
he's an open book
Wearing all his cute specs on QI I understand reading about it all but it gets you tasered and crying

Live and let fry
Live and let fry
Live and let fry

Oh, oh

Live and let fry

Wish me well when you're missed Alan Davies
In the Loughton, Essex world that I get to hear off
Please in the ever changing moods
oh which we read in
Makes me read me Chinese

Oh, live and let Fry

Live and let Fry
Live and let Fry
Live and let Fry

In these traumatic QI times now Rupert Murdoch is a saint of BT
He has taught himself to piss him off

Live and let fry
Live and let fry
Live and let fry

Oh, oh, oh, oh, ah, oh
Live and let fry

Live and let Fry

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Jonathan - April 05, 2013 - Report this comment
I didn't vote because it was kind of hard to follow this one I think you missed some lyrics I dunno what I got out of it was pretty funny though

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