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Song Parodies -> "I'm So Slack"

Original Song Title:

"Back in Black"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"I'm So Slack"

Parody Written by:

Ol' John Brown

The Lyrics

Had a lot of fun with this one; thanks to my friend Zeb for the inspiration by coming up with the 'nap' line. By the way, I promise that this is not an autobiography . . .
I'm so slack
I hit the sack
After my nap, I'm glad to be back
Yes, I hang loose
Drinkin' juice
I just like hangin' around
I've been looking at the tube
'Cause it's gettin' me glued
Forget the job 'cause I never try
I got, big thighs
french fries
Greazy food, it just drives me wild!

'Cause I'm slack
Yes, I'm slack
Well, I'm slack
Yes, I'm slack
Well, I'm slack, slack
Well I'm so slack

Yes, I'm so slack

Back in the back
Had a heart attack
Number one moocher, wear a shower cap
I'm such a pain
With the gang
They've got to catch me if they want me to pay
Cause I'm back in my sack
And I'm snorin' in back
Somebody get me another chicken wrap
Don't look at me now
Just makin' my plate
Can I borrow your truck, they took mine away

'Cause I'm slack
Yes, I'm slack
Well, I'm slack
Yes, I'm slack
Well, I'm slack, slack
Well I'm so slack

(Out like a light!)

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