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Song Parodies -> "Hill Billy Affirmation"

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Savage Garden

Parody Song Title:

"Hill Billy Affirmation"

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The Lyrics

they believe that an outhouse is a luxury
they believe that happiness comes with tabbacco chew
they beleive that baths are evil cause they keep you clean
I beleive they scrub their toilet with their hands
they believe filthy is the way to be.

I believe that hill billys want to rule earth
but they say they'll start after they have a good burp
they believe the best way to pass the time is with some beer
they believe you haven't lived until you've had a swig

I beleive you can't control or choose your inulectuality
that's why they hill billy is the way to be
they beleive your most attractive features aqre your hill billy shoes
they beleive the struggle for financial freedom is unfair
they believe is healthy to have life in your hair

they believe that soap is they key to all unhappiness
they believe that water causes the need to be distressed
I beleive they don't endorce shampoo or conditioner
they beleive in dirt surviving death into eterniy


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