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Original Performer:

The Strokes

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Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Everybody's tuning, or are they singing to themselves, maybe U2 Wait for 'I Am The Resurrection' Wait for 'Sweating Bullets'
they say we're not doing them

We're not doing them
We're prefer Tenacious D
We'll do them very soon
We'll do Husker Du

Oh tight, my sweetheart
Oh I start to sit around on my ass all night
Please give me some Black Flag if I don't sing, I hold my throat

Ladies, oh should we
oh should we we
oh should we wee

'Sweating Bullets' is requested oh by the Taliban
Instead of Toto, instead of ZZ Top
we'll wont listen
we'll wont listen
they say 'what number is 'Stand'
There are many songs for Britpop Before buffering was Beethoven There are many tunes for acid
I'll dream it all the time

Please, dont
remember me
please die it's just red to mutter oh, i'm so cool
i'm so cool
i'm so cool

please don't play with things

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