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Song Parodies -> "Allah Pile O' G's"

Original Song Title:

"All Apologies"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Allah Pile O' G's"

Parody Written by:

Alan the Ottoman

The Lyrics

My first parody since who knows when is a misheard version of all apologies and is NOT about Allah. I have been changing my name a lot.
What else should I bea?
Allah pile o' G's
What else could I save?
Everybody's gamed
What else could I ride?
I don't have to write
What else should I beam?
Allah pile o' G's

And the sum
And the sum
I fear it's one
I'm the Son
I'm the Son
Of Mary, Barry

I wear showers like you
Easily accused
Find my nasty salt
Everything's default
I'll take it out on Blake*
All the sea floor shame
Some bird frees a bird
Joking on the a$$es of a memory

And the sum
And the sum
I fear it's one
I'm the Son
I'm the Son
Of Mary, Mary, Mary, Barry
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

All I know is B&O**
All I know in Zambia***
Oh Czechoslovakia***
All in Yugoslavia***
O and O is all we are
On and on it's all we are
Alan Alda's all we are
All love is Oreo
All unknown insomnia
Oh no, it's all we are
On and on, this song is long
Unknown is all we are
Oh I know it's all the stars
All in all is all in all
All we are is all we are
Elke Sommer's all we are*
André Maranne is, oh, Francois*
Oh no, it's Lom – Hi-yah!*
All alone is all we are****
All in all is all we are*****
*Pink Panther references to Blake Edwards (director), Elke Sommer (who starred in the second movie only), André Maranne (who, as mentioned, played Francois), and Herbert Lom (who is famous for playing Dreyfus).**I like trains and thought this was about the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.***I'm also interested in geography and listed countries that might be misheard****These lyrics are from the Unplugged version of all apologies.*****These are the REAL lyrics

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