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Song Parodies -> "Stop Eatin' My Pie"

Original Song Title:

"Stop Livin' The Lie"

Original Performer:

David Sneddon

Parody Song Title:

"Stop Eatin' My Pie"

Parody Written by:

Bizzy E

The Lyrics

By Bizzy E and Sarah
He sits alone at a table in a small pie bar
Drowning down beers in a bottomless tankard
And he's ordering cranberry sauce
to accompany his plate of thick horse
And his mouth is dripping slaver
so do yourself a favour
She stands alone in a corner sticking her thumb in a pie
She catches them staring she turns around and gives them the eye
And shes her thumb for the taste
She's picking up crumbs as not to waste
and her mouth is full of slaver
so do yourself a favour!!
I cant believe that you pull on your sleeve when you wipe
You stick in the knife and then eat up the whole pie
And we all have a flavour
So do yourself a favour
Stop eatin my pie!!!
He sits and eats his pie as fast as a dog
She catches him eating and smiles the smile of a hog
And she asks him if this chair is free
He said no don't you dare eat my meat!!!!
she reached forwards to steal from him
he whacked the witches nose in!!!
pie.... pie.... stop eatin my pie

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