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Song Parodies -> "Derby Girl"

Original Song Title:

"Barby Girl"

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Parody Song Title:

"Derby Girl"

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The Lyrics

Spoof of aquas barbie girl by Quaka about derby also featured in the song is noel-baker local scool to alvaston
The eagles centres passed it
the westfields fantastic
shoppers everywhere
tramps here and there
lots of kids are drinking
the sewers they are stinking
come on Barbie, come to derby

I'm a derby girl in a Barbie world
come on in ill make it worthwhile
smoke some pot maybe not
the choice is all yours
but come on in cus i like your style
we can dance you can stay
we can rave cus my mums away

I'm a derby girl in a Barbie world
watch the kids in the road from noel baker
watch is head is he dead
it looks like he is cus here comes the undertaker
they play dare stop and stare and i,i dont really care......
(c) Quaka

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Leprechaun - October 15, 2007 - Report this comment
What happened to the rest of the song?

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