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Song Parodies -> "Gotta Lose Weight"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Limp Bizkit

Parody Song Title:

"Gotta Lose Weight"

Parody Written by:

Shannon Talbot

The Lyrics

Wouldn't it be nice, if I had a smaller body
I know not everybody, likes a body this big
But I gotta think twice, before I eat anymore shit
That fat goes straight right to my hips (or tits depending on gender) and its givin me the blues
Oh but I need some time off from the fridgerator
Before I cant get my ass off the floor
But the food goes down without hesitation
I just eat and eat and eat till I just can't eat no more

Cuz I gotta lose WEIGHT
gotta lose WEIGHT
Gotta lose weight

back ribs have go to go, and that slim fast has to flow
right into my mouth
GRAVY is no longer on my meat, and i cant fit in my seat
Its bringin me down because of my love for food
Before I exit any room, I find that I have to grease the door
But still the food goes down without hesitation
I just eat and eat and eat
And then I eat some more

Cuz I gotta lose WEIGHT
Gotta lose WEIGHT
Gotta lose weight

I can't get the f*ck up!

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Total Votes: 26

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