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Song Parodies -> "I Broke My Sons Toy"

Original Song Title:

"Achy Breaky Heart"

Original Performer:

Billy Ray Cyrus

Parody Song Title:

"I Broke My Sons Toy"

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The Lyrics

It was Christmas time I had to buy some gifts
And I didn't know what to get
I seen this toy on sale so I got it there
It saved me like twenty bucks or so
When my son gets it he likes it very much
Come the next day this is what happened
I played with it and now it seems broken
Now my son can't play with it anymore

But don't tell my son, I broke his favorite toy
I just don't think he'd forgive me
And if you tell my son, I broke his favorite toy
He might blow up and start to cry


I'll tell you right now that I tried to fix it
But that does not seem to work
I had to go to the store and get another
This was my sons favorite toy
Just please do not tell him on what I have done
'Cause he will never forgive me for this
Now I have to pay full price cause it's not on sale
I'm buying him a new toy today



Chorus (2x)

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