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Song Parodies -> "Out of the Bowl"

Original Song Title:

"Out in the Cold"

Parody Song Title:

"Out of the Bowl"

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The Lyrics

This parody is inspired by Laurence Dunne's "Sometimes You Can't Make It on the Bowl."
Bidet fell down
The floor got cold
It smelled like spoiled meat
Sewage for a while or two
Pooling at my feet
Need a plumber, boy
For this muck
Man, I thought I'd cracked
It stopped its spin
I had to groan
The toilet had attacked!

It's out of the bowl (out of the bowl)
Onto the floor (onto the floor)
'Cause it overflowed (it overflowed)
It's out of the bowl (out of the bowl)

When I cleaned up
It stank like dung
I looked the color brown
I reached out to grab Febreze
And heard a rumbling sound
Got a broom
I wandered to the can
Then it sprayed out on my arms
And covered up my hands

(Repeat chorus)

It's out
Spillin' to the doorway

It's out
Sloshing around
Run for the buckets!

(Repeat chorus)


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Pacing: 3.0
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 2

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