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Song Parodies -> "The Unknown Nerd Boy"

Original Song Title:

"The Unknown Stuntman"

Original Performer:

TV Theme (

Parody Song Title:

"The Unknown Nerd Boy"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I've made myself a man of words
So I can say I love you
It's true my social skills
Don't get much play, hey hey

I don't go to a lot of parties
But I would if you would ask
I know we'd have a good time
Because baby, I can dance

You think the big guys at the school
Are treatin' you real fancy
They're just out to get you
You know where; yes there

I might send you some pretty flowers
Sign the card "Your Biggest Fan"
'Cause I'm the unknown nerd boy
That makes jock boys look so bland

I really think the world of you
Though you might think I'm foolin'
You can trust that I'm not one
For tellin lies; ain't wise.

So while you're cruising 'round with wrestlers
Or a quarterback or three
I'm still the unknown nerd boy
Wishin' you'd notice me

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"Sioux Denim" - December 20, 2002 - Report this comment
Takes me back to when I was that age!

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