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Song Parodies -> "Walthamstow Rocks"

Original Song Title:

"Cleveland Rocks"

Parody Song Title:

"Walthamstow Rocks"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Have you ever been to Walthamstow
It's in East London and I'll know it well
There is East 17, Parklife, and the local market
Just don't let the kids there

And before you speak
I have to waste me time again
Feeling like Luis Suarez
It makes me want to vom, vom, vom
All the fucking time
Just like Sean Hughes

Have you been to Walthamstow
It's in East London, and that's all I know
There is gun crime, knife crime, songwriting, any sort of crime
On the East End of London you'll see fangs playing 'Swallowed'
And going mad for Gavin Rossdale
Just cos there's kids there

And before, the ever spoken
Chinese whispers in there every year
And after, August and everything after
I am begging you no to buy a Beastie Boy

And I have told you no
And I have told you no
And I have told you no

It's a secret machine in Walthamstow

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