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Song Parodies -> "Where The Sheeps Have Lo Mein"

Original Song Title:

"Where The Strets Have No Name"

Original Performer:

U2

Parody Song Title:

"Where The Sheeps Have Lo Mein"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

they never run, they're never inside
they want to eat those chicken balls
and feed their insides
they want some take out
their food's the same,
where the sheeps have lo mein

they want to feel, the wool on their eyes
see that egg roll disappear now in their insides
never ate better, all the food tastes the same
where the sheeps have lo mein
where the sheeps have lo mein
where the sheeps have lo mein

they have no building,
they are turning down subs turning down subs
and when they go there,
chinese eat too,
there's never no blood,
and you look with disgust
the've eaten their own, sucked him in
do it , yes they must
I'll show you a place,
where they serve it plain,
where the sheeps have lo mein
where the sheeps have lo mein
where the sheeps have lo mein
no buildings
they're fed from a rough
fed from a trough
and when they go there
they have chinese food
where the sheeps have lo mein
where the sheeps have lo mein
where the sheeps have lo mein

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