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Song Parodies -> "Why Do Mermaids Drink Coffee"

Original Song Title:

"Curse of The Pharaohs"

Original Performer:

Mercyful Fate

Parody Song Title:

"Why Do Mermaids Drink Coffee"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Here is a question I wanted to ask you
Since you've been obsessed with all kind of coffee
That's right, listen carefully
Now hear this riddle closely
Well, you'll be asked "Why do mermaids drink coffee?"
Yes, you were asked, just give me an answer
Now here's your answer...

"When mermaids drink coffee, they might swim like crazy,
And invade the overworld, hoppin' 'round and get hasty.
If a mermaid had two tails,
Then that one shall jive and wail."
You have answered "Why do mermaids drink coffee?"
You've been answered, have a Frappuccino

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Pacing: 2.3
How Funny: 2.3
Overall Rating: 2.3

Total Votes: 3

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littleAriel - August 27, 2008 - Report this comment
I drink PEET's, it's the best, Sir ! Truly one of life's heavenly pleasures; it keeps my tail '"working the waves", sir !

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