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Song Parodies -> "Wrapped Up"

Original Song Title:

"Dress You Up"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Wrapped Up"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

A dark parody mix of Madonna and Lady GaGa...
You're so vile, that's what all the critics say
So what could we expect for the VMAs?
You arrived in an architectural gown and spiky crown
But then changed into something that PETA disliked

GaGa’s wrapped up in rotting meat
All over, all over
GaGa’s wrapped up in rotting meat
All over her body

Imagine the slimy feel of decomposing flesh
That got designer Franc Fernadez in the news
We hope that doesn’t crawl with maggots
She'll later give it to her dogs to chew

GaGa’s wrapped up in rotting meat
All over, all over
GaGa's wrapped up in rotting meat
All over her body

GaGa's wrapped up in animal blood, animal blood
All over her body, all over her body
In cuts of rotting meat
All over, all over
From her head down to her feet

(Will she ever be discreet?)

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