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Song Parodies -> "Radio 1 Turns To Shite"

Original Song Title:

"Pink Turns To Blue"

Original Performer:

Husker Du

Parody Song Title:

"Radio 1 Turns To Shite"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Everything that Tony Blackburn says makes me wanna forget me Wishing Fearne Cotton more luck than I am Steve Lamacq

oh, oh, oh, Radio 1 had turned to shite
oh, oh, oh, Radio 1 has turned to shite

Back in the days we had Gary Crowley and Jo Whiley, sigh
Then there was the Breezeblock with that tasty Mary Anne Hobbs (isn't she yum)

oh, oh, oh, Radio 1 has turned to shite
Oh, oh, oh, Radio 1 has turned to shite

Is there a thing called 'downhill' I make sure it doesn't do that
Mary Anne Hobbs is so yummy more yummy than Old Man Ribber

Oh, oh, oh, Mary Anne Hobbs is so fucking yummy
Oh, oh, oh, Mary Anne Hobbs is really cute
Oh, oh, oh, she is really delish

And oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Tony Blackburn's her grandad

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Fack Sabbath - March 23, 2013 - Report this comment
does anyone on Amiright think Radio 1 has turned to rubbish and do any of you know who Mary Anne Hobbs is

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