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Song Parodies -> "Lets Lynch The Prom Queen"

Original Song Title:

"Lets Lynch The Landlord"

Original Performer:

Dead Kennedys

Parody Song Title:

"Lets Lynch The Prom Queen"

Parody Written by:

Phil "Taiki Ishumaru"

The Lyrics

just read it. what boredom does to a 17 year old guy.
She's always in my face
complaining about everything
she thinks she's the world's favorite Diva
also thinks she can sing

But she can't
you know she can't

let's lynch the prom queen

She pretends to be avril lavigne
says she's been in the slammer
she says she's so hardcore
then let's hit her with a sledgehammer

Cause we can
you know we can

Lets lynch the prom queen

She's only been queen for a night
but like glue, she likes to stick
we could shoot her up with paintballs
then kick her off the port mann bridge

And we will
you know we will

Lets lynch the prom queen

i guess this is it?

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notorious napalm - January 04, 2008 - Report this comment
hilarious,that happens to me all the time.

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