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Song Parodies -> "Evil Socks"

Original Song Title:

"Cleveland Rocks"

Original Performer:

Presidents of the USA

Parody Song Title:

"Evil Socks"

Parody Written by:

Jeff Jones

The Lyrics

- means hold in word like mi----ghty i hope you got it
I knew the laundromat was calling me, when I had change. They had such a crude atitude Im really scared of them dude!
All the little shirts being eaten alive by evil socks, evil socks! Jumpin around as everyboy screams "evil socks!"(9 times)

Im really mad but they don't care theyll really give a scare, Sharp teeth, red eyes, and greasy hair!
Theyll tear all to bits with their nuculer mits there evil socks evil socks!
shoot em with pins in their static filled skin there evil socks! (9 times)

Their static will shock you and im shocked too, their nasty smell will make you spew! dea----dly socks dea----dly socks!

Evil socks repeats and repeats and fades out

"In My Drier!!"

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