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Song Parodies -> "Wickedly Lame"

Original Song Title:

"Wicked Game"

Original Performer:

Roy Orbinson

Parody Song Title:

"Wickedly Lame"

Parody Written by:

Dro

The Lyrics

My house was on fire and the culprit seemed to be you
Burning in fire I ran back inside to get my food
And I never dreamed of being so abused as when I saw you
And I never dreamed I'd be defeated by some one like you

No I don't want to push and shove
(I need to go back in to get my poptart)
No I don't want to push and shove)
(I just want to get back at you)

What a wickedly lame thing to say
To make me hungry this way
What a wickedly lame thing to do
Burning my house and my poptart too





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Parody Police - December 15, 2005 - Report this comment
The song was originally performed by Chris Isaak, not Roi Orbison... in the 90's.

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