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Song Parodies -> "Baby Got Drunk"

Original Song Title:

"Baby Got Back"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Baby Got Drunk"

Parody Written by:

Alanna aka Yolanda

The Lyrics

I like- to- drink and I cannot lie
Big-bellied brothers can't deny
When your boys come over with a keg and a case
And your womans up in your face
You get drunk

Thought it had a nice front
Then I found that that bra was stuffed
Under the top she's wearing
I'm drunk and I can't stop swearing

Oh baby, not sure where my car is
But I know where the bar is
That principal'd try to tell me
Couldn't write my own name
So they had to expell me

Oooh..another Heineken
Would-you like to be my friend
He says drink me, so I'm drinking
Soon my clothes are stinking

To hell with romancin'
I drink instead of dancin'
I'll wear a dago, or sweater
The less I gotta think, the better

I'm tired of magazines
Saying light beer is the thing
Take the average drunkard and ask them that
It gotta pack much proof

So-big-pink-elephants (yeah) condiments (yeah)
Quit jumpin' up in my face (hell yeah)
Watch it..Watch it! Watch it..Watch it, check that dancing skunk!?
Baby got drunk.

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