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Song Parodies -> "Moog"

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Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Moog says it's synthesizer hurts Probably arrested then
doesn't like me anymore, i know Moog was in '71
but that's long, you f''king ho

Did I say (probably)
always never let Mr Blobby go on it
wish i never let me die, s''t himself
wasn't never die far too big

Moog rules my f''king day
holding a Beatles songbook
now it's up my a'''e, you gimme such a f''king fright

Did I tell you never to play Barney cos it's childish
wishing I was wrong, f''k off
Guns N' Roses, f''k them off
holding its own skin like Rambo shit happens, like Glenn Tilbrook
All the f''king way
All the f''king way
1234, ho

Whispering to myself
who is Robert Moog
these people keep going on
I just ass to mouth Jools Holland
Washing up, kiss my a''
Never seem to please Elton John Getting dumb, f''king up songs
wishing we're too old for Rugrats Seeing things last, like, f''k you

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