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Song Parodies -> "Everybody Burps"

Original Song Title:

"Everybody Hurts"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Everybody Burps"

Parody Written by:

Filip Carlson

The Lyrics

When the food is hard to digest, the meal is yours alone,
when you're sure you've had enough of this veal, well hang on.
Just let yourself go, everybody pukes and everybody burps sometimes.

Sometimes everything feels wrong. Now it's time to eat along.
When your sausage is to long, (hold on, hold on)
if you feel like letting go, (hold on)
when you think you've had too much of this steak, well eat on.

Everybody burps. Just cover with your hands.
Everybody burps. Don't throw your ham. Oh, no. Don't throw your ham.
If you feel like you're alone, "burp", "burp", "burp", you are not alone

If you're on your own with your plate, your friends are done since long,
when you think you've had too much of this rice to hang on.

Well, everybody burps sometimes,
everybody pukes. And everybody burps sometimes.
And everybody burps sometimes. So, hold on, hold on.
Hold on, hold on. Hold on, hold on. Hold on, hold on. (repeat & fade)

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Pacing: 3.4
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Overall Rating: 3.3

Total Votes: 24

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