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Song Parodies -> "Still Fill"

Original Song Title:

"Still Ill"

Original Performer:

The Smiths

Parody Song Title:

"Still Fill"

Parody Written by:

Emily Kirkham

The Lyrics

I am tired today and life
Is simply morbid, unconsuming
If I sit here anymore I will be fuming
Ask me why and I'll spunk in your eye
Oh ask me why cause I want to make you cry
But we cannot shoot from those wet dreams anymore
No we cannot blow from those dreams

Is your brain in your penis
Or is your just on your brain?
I should know..

Under the golden shower, we touched
And although we both wanted more, much
It just wasn't like, we're old gays anymore
No it wasn't like old gays
Can I still fill....
Can I still fill...

Is your brain in your penis
Or is your just on your brain?
I should know..

Ask me why, and you'll cry
Oh ask me why and you'll cry
And if you must clean the cheese - tomorrow
Well if I were you I wouldn't bother
For there are cheesier cocks in life
And I should know because I've seen them
Quite often..

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