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Song Parodies -> "Where Did Kurt Cobain Sleep Last Night"

Original Song Title:

"Where Did You Sleep Last Night"

Original Performer:

Lead Belly

Parody Song Title:

"Where Did Kurt Cobain Sleep Last Night"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

My boy, my boy
Don't lie to me (no)
Tell me where did Kurt Cobain sleep forever
In the miles, in the miles
Where the aneurysm never smiles
I hope he wrote his journals nude

My girl, my boy
To a crying Seattle fan
Tell me where did he sleep last night forever
In these times, of Royal Blood
Where the times won't never go
Tell me where did Butch Vig sleep last night

Hello girl, hello boy
To a crying Nirvana fan
Tell me where did he shoot his head

(That's not right, chuck)

In the miles, in the miles
In the miles of Seattle bands
Tell me where did Kurt Cobain sleep forever

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Total Votes: 2

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Agrimorfee - October 21, 2014 - Report this comment
"That's not right Chuck"...indeed.

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