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Song Parodies -> "Homer Was a Doughnut Eater"

Original Song Title:

"Jerry Was a Race Car Driver"

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Parody Song Title:

"Homer Was a Doughnut Eater"

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The Lyrics

This is Homer, as in Homer Simpson.
[In background] Ahhh... The Simspons

Homer was a doughnut eater,
He ate till he was full.
People would make fun of his flab,
But he would never take any bull.
Homer was a doughnut eater,
Exercise never worked to good.
Homer never had no time to lift weights,
Cause he can't stop thinkin' "bout food
Homer was an alcoholic,
Moe's was his second house
"Gimme a beer" he would always say
Then come home, totally louse
Marge Bouvier was his angry wife
Every time he was drunk, they would fight
Yelling, screaming, fighting, swearing
All through the endless night


[In background] Mmm doughnuts

Homer was a doughnut eater
40 or so years old
Eats way too much junk food
Inside his teeth you can see mold

Extra info: funky guitars in background play the simpsons theme song

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Pacing: 3.0
How Funny: 4.0
Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 3

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Yo Momma - March 13, 2006 - Report this comment
Definitly funny, and at pace MOST of the time, but you lost me a little bit with the second verse their.

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