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Song Parodies -> "Theme From Kebab Night"

Original Song Title:

"Blue Monday"

Original Performer:

New Order

Parody Song Title:

"Theme From Kebab Night"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

how does it feel, to eat it like its food?
when you've stayed in till last orders
and had too much too drink
I thought that I was sober
I didn't think I slurred
Tell me, I am quite drunk
tell me now i am quite drink

Those who made last orders
passed out at the station
in the morning they're hungover
with a bad tasting mouth
and I still feel i'm so drunk
to say that I'm still ok
but I'm quite sure that you have a photo
and my trousers have been stained

i got kebabs from the chippy
i'll eat them all today
but if it wasn't for chilli sauces
i'd have my jeans in a clean state today
and I thought I was coherent
and I thought the meat was free
tell me how do you clean
how do you clean chilli off

now i stand here drinking......

i thought the kebab said eat me
while i pass out in the street
tell me how does it fell
when the meat is cold

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