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Song Parodies -> "Needle"

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Original Performer:

Smashing Pumpkins

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Parody Written by:

Joel Dent

The Lyrics

My Injection
dirty needle
is no connection to myself
I'm a junkie
I'm a zero
Sniff coke off a piece of glass
So save your veins
for the hit that will feed them
Thow all your cares and fly
wanna go for a high?

H's the one for me
it's all I really need oh yeah
H, the one for me
And emptiness is loneliness and
loneliness is cleanliness and cleanliness
is godliness and god's a junkie, just like me

Nodding out and, I am spinning
I'm in love with my trippin
bullshit sellers, cut with the ajax
The fashion victims chew anphetamines
I Never let on, that I was sinking on my veins
I never let on that I nodded
H the one for me
she's all I really need oh yeah
H the one for me
it's my one and only
No, I'm not addicted to heroin, I've just watched trainspotting, thats all

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