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Song Parodies -> "Slip On The Floor(spread all the glue)"

Original Song Title:

"Breaking The Law"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Judas Priest

Parody Song Title:

"Slip On The Floor(spread all the glue)"

Parody Written by:

Worawat

The Lyrics

This is for someone who carry a tube of glue and slip on the floor.
There on floor completely wasting, out of use on gorund
all on floor it's so frustrating as I drift from room to room
feel as though nobody cares if I live or die
so I might as well begin to put some action on the floor

Slip on the floor, slip on the floor
Slip on the floor, slip on the floor
Slip on the floor, slip on the floor
Slip on the floor, slip on the floor

So much for the golden future, I may slip to die
I have had every bones broken, there're all pain in my heart
you don't know what it's like, you don't have a glue
if you had you'd find yourselves doing the same thing too

Spread all the glue, spread all the glue
Spread all the glue, spread all the glue
Spread all the glue, spread all the glue
Spread all the glue, spread all the glue

You don't know what it's like Slip on the floor, slip on the floor

Slip on the floor, slip on the floor
Slip on the floor, slip on the floor
Slip on the floor, slip on the floor

Slip on the floor

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