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Song Parodies -> "Self Sure"

Original Song Title:

"So Pure"

Original Performer:

Alanis Morrissette

Parody Song Title:

"Self Sure"

Parody Written by:

Jay The Weird

The Lyrics

Written in ten minutes. I was heavily drunk at the time.
You're from New York
You're over confident
You're more annoying
Than tears for fears

Cocky and arrogant
High in your stride
You don't realise
You smell like something that's died.

Point out my stomach
And I'll jump down your throat.

In a pigheaded trance
Try to instigate romance

Self Sure
And I'm sick of it

You think that I like
You but Id rather kiss pike

In a pigheaded trance
Try to instigate romance

Self Sure
And I'm sick of it

You ask me out for tea
You ask me if I like Providence
You ask me if I'm meticulous
And I tell you you're slime

In a pigheaded trance
Try to instigate romance

Self Sure
And I'm sick of it
Sorry to any of the New Yorkers who read this.

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