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Song Parodies -> "My Little Ejit"

Original Song Title:

"My Little Empire"

Original Performer:

Manic Street Preachers

Parody Song Title:

"My Little Ejit"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

My little Ejit
I am from Belfast
My little Ejit
I ain't Pixie Lott
My little Ejit
Don't talk to strangers
My little Ejit
I ain't an Essex girl
My little Ejit
I talk to my own hand
I talk to my own hand
My little Ejit
I ain't Caleb Followill
My little Ejit
I am a healthy student
My little Ejit
I am Michael Ball
My little Ejit
This one goes fuckin' on and on

My little Ejit
I ain't Axl Rose
My little Ejit
I ain't Lolly Badcock
My little Ejit
I'm tired of getting pregnant
My little Ejit
I ain't Johnny Cash
My little Ejit
I'm not Joey Essex
(one more time)
My little Ejit
I ain't Amy Willerton

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