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Song Parodies -> "Fatty"

Original Song Title:

"Daughter"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Pearl Jam

Parody Song Title:

"Fatty"

Parody Written by:

Ganjaman

The Lyrics

sing it in eddie vedder voice and it sounds cooler (in other words, with lots of ERRR's and ARGHHH'sh)
Alone
with twinkies
Breakfast table almost breaking with all the food
Fat girl...circumference! going to a weight convention
No one's as big as her, trying to get fit
Choking people with her shrouds
The food goes down it cant go back
buttons poppin' wish I didnt eat that Big Mac

Don't call me fatty can't fit in
my bigbonedness will remind me
Don't call me fatty can't fit in my clothes!
my hugeness will remind me

She breaks the pavement it slows her down
Will she rise again!!??

Chorus

The food goes down... (2x's)

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