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Song Parodies -> "The Diet Song"

Original Song Title:

"Fade to Black"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Metallica

Parody Song Title:

"The Diet Song"

Parody Written by:

Robbie G.

The Lyrics

When I weighed myself today
There was nothing I could say
Overweight, it's nothing else
I was so ashamed of myself
Eating food is how I live
Without it, I've nothing to give
But now it's clear, I can see
Only vegetables for me

Food was all there was for me
But now it's clear I can see
I'm deathly lost, this can't be real
Can't stand this hunger I feel
Emptiness ain't filling me
Hunger pains of agony
All the food was withdrawn
It was here but now it's gone

No one but me can save myself, cause it's my weight
Now I can't think, just get me a chicken thigh
Yesterday I started, but today I persisted
As death greets me warm, get me some chinese or thai

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