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Song Parodies -> "Black Pugs"

Original Song Title:

"Black Bugs"

Original Performer:

Regurgitator

Parody Song Title:

"Black Pugs"

Parody Written by:

Ned Riley

The Lyrics

Hello again. Yeah, this parody may not be very good, but you can't blame a guy for trying. The video for the OS is very good.
I've got little black pugs in my bedroom
They take up so much space, but I don't care too much
They keep fighting and fighting over and over again
But it's only a game, yeah, it's just pretend

What's with their face?
What's with their face?
What's with their face and their short nose?

What's with their face?
What's with their face?
What's with their face and their short nose?

Slept with the dogs in my bed now and I'm not the same
They've kept me up every night with their little games
I'm kinda thinking of selling the little fries
But then I'll be lonely when it's time for beddy-byes

What's with their face?
What's with their face?
What's with their face and their short nose?

What's with their face?
What's with their face?
What's with their face and their short nose?

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