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Song Parodies -> "Grease (Fast Food Nation)"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Bad Religion

Parody Song Title:

"Grease (Fast Food Nation)"

Parody Written by:

Chris Pollman

The Lyrics

Burnt black burger, digested
Causes chemical reactions in my gull bladder
Belching violently
There's a gurgling sound, almost flatulent
Worst 99 cents that I ever have spent
It digests slowly and it clogs up myarteries!

Indigestion, every processed piece
Everything's in grease

Drive-Thru window, get some fries
They're a perm'nant resident in my stomach now
Squeezed out after several tries
There's a moldy stain on my burger too,
And a dead fly floating in my Mountain Dew
And the salad dressing just tastes like glue
Tastes like glue

Irritation, in my stomach crease
Everything's in grease

Burger value meal, Super Size
Ancient meat between two moldy buns, and fingernail strewn French-fries
It evokes such pain in my gut and ass
Oh how long until all this food will pass?
And I fear that I'm getting some awful gas
Oh, no, no!

Decayed blood cells in my arteries
Everything's in

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Stinky Marshmellow - December 13, 2005 - Report this comment
didnt TOS i know of it tho...awesomeness... fly in your mountain dew...nasty man, nasty :P

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