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Song Parodies -> "Irate Poverty"

Original Song Title:

"Private Property"

Original Performer:

Judas Priest

Parody Song Title:

"Irate Poverty"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

You think you're warm and got it all
You think you run the scene
I don't believe how you'd concern
Impoverished families?
You think you've got it all fed up
But things get weak challenger-wise
The way you figure some would exist
So you'd better realize

Don't you touch, don't get near
Don't think that they're fools
Make no mistake, no give and take
Something's bad for you
So keep your eyes peeled, irate poverty
What else? Oh no
Keep your eyes peeled, irate poverty
Lived in a what else? Poor quality home

They're being poor as long as they live
Do you think you can relate
That they're good to you, but they like
To really oxidate
This is still reality, you don't even care
But you're lookin' for sympathy, think that's fair?
Living in a poor quality home

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