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Song Parodies -> "Hollow Knee"

Original Song Title:

"Follow Me"

Original Performer:

Uncle Kracker

Parody Song Title:

"Hollow Knee"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

This is a performance I dreamed I made when I was stoned a few years ago so its prolly not accurate(how I origanally performed).

You don't know how you met me
You don't know why
You can't turn around and walk away
All you know is when I'm with you,I help your knee
And pump fluid through your veigns like labotamy.
Your walkin

Your hollow knee is allright
I'll be the one to help you walk at night
And if you
Want a refund I can guarantee
You won't find no one with fake knee

I'm not worried bout the brace you wear
Cause as long your insured than nobody will care
Your feelin dizzy and I'm well aware
But you don't looked tamed and baby I can't carry you
Your walkin


Take all your money
Can't give the reason
So your better off if you don't ask why
I'm the reason you can walk away
But your knees better off when you just stay



CHORUS(three times)

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