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Song Parodies -> "Diet Song"

Original Song Title:

"For Whom the Bell Tolls"

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Parody Song Title:

"Diet Song"

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The Lyrics

His butt's wide on the couch watching his TV,
He just eats all the time.
With Ding-dongs in his gut, through his endless feast.
Dark or white, it is all right, he can't see his feet.
Rally's please, KFC's fine. Need a snowcone.
Diet foods satisfy,
Slim Fast strives, in the mind of the overweight freak.
Fat and crude from the food that they surely eat.

Need to lose these rolls,
Diet time is now.
Need to lose these rolls.

Make the fries supersize it, before you diet
It is the last fry you'll see.
Blackened toast with pot roast fills the stomach, tonight.
Cereal bowl filled with Cocoa Puffs, I'ma wine and dine.
Bigger now, are my thighs, but still hun-gr-y
He sees the arches of gold,
Burger King, all for me, French Fries and the Supreme,
Mcee-Dees, KFC, then next is Wendy's.

Need to lose these rolls,
Diet time is now.
Need to lose these rolls

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LOL - March 16, 2004 - Report this comment
This is Great - September 24, 2006 - Report this comment
Ive just learned this on the guitar, and i dunno if im breaching somthing by recording this but oh well...

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