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Song Parodies -> "Another One Start's To Cuss"

Original Song Title:

"Another One Rides The Bus"

Original Performer:

Weird Al Yankavic

Parody Song Title:

"Another One Start's To Cuss"

Parody Written by:

James .L. Inman

The Lyrics

Verse 1: walkin down the street down bulivard the place was purty
packed I con't get threw so I had to use the alley in the back.
There was bums lined up along the walls there was trash all over the ground and the bus is stoping to let a couple more freak's get off look out

Coruse: another one start's to cuss another one start's to cuss
hey he's gonna cuss at you another one starts to cuss.

Verse2: well I have a finger in my eye and an elbow in my ear
I just can't wait for us to get out of here. I think I lost my glasses and I know my wallet's gone and the bus is stoping I hope those freak's get on look out


Verse3: I think I need a asperin my headache hasn't gone
never mind I'll chase this girl runing down the street in here thong
and the smelly old bum standing next to her has not showered in a year. I think I'll try to make my way to the bar to have a beer look out.


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