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Song Parodies -> "Toilet"

Original Song Title:

"Home (NDP 1998 Theme Song)"

Original Performer:

Kit Chan

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Louis Tan

The Lyrics

I modified this song in Primary 3 because of the state of my primary school's toilets
Whenever I am gonna blow
I look around me and I know
There's a place I can relieve myself
Wherever I may choose to go
I will always recall the wet floors
Know every faulty lock
Look at the urine which overflows
As I wipe my big buttock

This is toilet truly, where I know I can pee
Where there's never paper, where the urine overflows
This is toilet surely, as my nose can tell me
This is where I pee be alone, for this is where there are cubicles

When there's indigestion to go through
We'll find a way to just release
There is comfort in the knowledge
That toilets are for you to shit
So we'll flush it down together
Just like we've done before
Just like the sinks full of cigarettes
There'll always be cubicles

(Chorus X 2)

For this is where there are cubicles
For this door has a working lock

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