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Song Parodies -> "Using The Biffy"

Original Song Title:

"Moon On The Meadow"

Original Performer:

Camp Songs

Parody Song Title:

"Using The Biffy"

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The Lyrics

There's one thing that I want to explain. The word Biffy. It means: B: Bathroom I: In The F: Forrest F: For Y: You It can be anything, regular toilet, a hole in the ground...etc...
Using the biffy, at the camp,
Smells really bad, No one cleans it.
Using the biffy, water on the ground,
We were the only ones there.

It hasn’t been cleaned, in 400 hundred years.
Finding the paper, so people can wipe.
Hiking up to it, seems like forever,
Just finding out if we’re there.

We shall return here, in a few hours.
If we don’t return; send a search party.
People in cities don’t understand, falling in the biffy sucks.

Using the biffy, at the camp,
smells really bad, No one cleans it.
Using the biffy, water on the ground,
We were the only ones there.

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Pacing: 3.2
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Overall Rating: 3.2

Total Votes: 5

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