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Song Parodies -> "I'm Like a Turd"

Original Song Title:

"I'm Like A Bird"

Original Performer:

Nelly Furtado

Parody Song Title:

"I'm Like a Turd"

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The Lyrics

Me and my frend wrote this
You're booty's full, that's for sure
You're never full of gas
You're butt's big, but its not for sure
Cause you always pick your ass
I thought your poop was gray
I thought your poop was blue

I'm like a turd, I might be gone today
I don't like the sound of toilets, never know which one i'll go in
And baby all I really need to know is
I'm like a turd, I wanna fly away
I dont like flushing toilets, never know where my home is
And all I need for you to know is

Constipation brings me to tears
Even after all these years
And it pains me so much like hell
I don't want my butt to swell
I thought my butt was red
I thought my butt was blue


Its not that I dont like your pie
Its just that every time I try to eat it I have to go pee
Each and every single day I know
I might eventually poop more than once a day
I thought my poop was red
But now I know its blue
Hey I'm just scared
That it may leak through

(Chorus-repeat x3)

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