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Song Parodies -> "Freak With A Screech"

Original Song Title:

"Freak On A Leash"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Freak With A Screech"

Parody Written by:

Josh Bain

The Lyrics

Please keep in mind that this is not an insult to Korn themselves. It is just making fun of Jonathan Davis's irritable whine. I think in fact that Korn is one of the best bands out there today.
Something's really wrong with me.
I just can't sing properly.
Every time I start up singing,
I leave people's ears ringing.
The wife's always gotta' be messin' with me.
(You wanna stop whining?)
Can't carry conversation with me.
(So do we.)
Doesn't like to talk on the phone,
due to my squeaky overtone.

PreChorus: I cannot sing "Amazing Grace."
My voice atonement's out of place.
Sometime's I cannot show my face.
It seem's my whining's a disgrace.

Chorus:Something takes a part of me.
I've got no music degree.
College I skipped thoroughly,
education's gone from me.

Feeling like a freak with a screech.
(You wanna stop whining?)
Vocal chords are going to breech.
(So do we.)
Can't I sing without being a pain?
I' ve tried to but it drives me insane.

PreChorus and Chorus

My voice is annoying da-da nee-dum.
(repeat 4x)
No more gibberish na da nee-dum.
So boy just spit it out at em'.
Sometimes i whine.
(Repeat 2X)
Oh enough with the gibberish boy!


Gone from me....
Gone from me....
Gone from me-ee-ee-ee.

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