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Song Parodies -> "Pie Pie Pie"

Original Song Title:

"Bye Bye Bye"

Original Performer:

N'sync

Parody Song Title:

"Pie Pie Pie"

Parody Written by:

TiggerBouncer1

The Lyrics

I'm cooking this tonight
I can't get the stove to ignite
I'll never get this right
Hey oven come on!
I loved to eat my snacks
but I ran out of snack packs
So now it's time to cook me some pie.

Bridge:
I know that I can't cook no more
It ain't no lie.
The only thing I cook unpoor
is my pie pie pie!

Chorus:
Don't wanna be a fool for food.
Just puts me in the eating mood.
You may eat cakes, but it ain't no lie
Love my pie, pie, pie!
Don't really mix up the stuff
Eat my fill,then I've had enough.
Call me crazy,but it ain't no lie,
Love my pie, pie, pie.

Just get me some more snacks
Now, before I lose my knack.
So give me one good reason
Why I can't cook.
I cooked a pie for me
And now I've really got to see
That pies would be much better
With more cream.

bridge and chorus

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