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Song Parodies -> "One Butt"

Original Song Title:

"One Love"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"One Butt"

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The Lyrics

It's kinda funny how we have butts
can kick each other's in a matter of days
some are fat and some are thin
I have a fat one, and your's is thin

I refuse to trade butts
I refuse to love yours
Oh... how many butts do we need?

One butt
for me myself
Two butts
for me and mom
Three butts
for my family
We need our butts!
Four butts
for Mickey our dog
Five butts
for human nature
Six butts
that's all we need
Six butts is all we need!

My name is Minnie
and I'm a freak
I have a big butt to go potty
I thought my butt could never never break
Now I know that's one big mistake

There are butts in Hong Kong
There are butts in Japan
Oh there are butts worldwide
There's some butts in USA
There's some butts in Nepal
Oh there are many butts

Repeat Chorus

Baby just kick it kick it kick it
Baby just spank it spank it spank it
oh.. just hahahahahaha
just laugh~ (x2)

Repeat Chorus

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