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Song Parodies -> "Old Slang"

Original Song Title:

"New Slang"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Shins

Parody Song Title:

"Old Slang"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Old slang and the Bernard Butler Is Suede going to British music Go on, Grandpa, go to bedtime
It's just a old slang ready to go

So if you talk to the hand now
That'll be very old skool
Just like behaving like a toddler quoting Basil Brush
And if you know that by now
quoting mr Basil Brush
I'll save that for the old skool
Yeah, old skool

Hoping I'll be the Levellers' tours Singing 'Belaruse' to my kids
Don't drink the mothers milk
So who knows the Cbbc Channel
Well if you give them the hand now
That'll be very old skool
That'll be very the past
The past when that was good
So if you do Basil Brush voices now
That'll be very 2000s
And very very Aspergers
Oh, Aspergers

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