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Song Parodies -> "Mouths On Fire"

Original Song Title:

"Worlds On Fire"

Original Performer:

Sarah McLachlan

Parody Song Title:

"Mouths On Fire"

Parody Written by:

L. Mike

The Lyrics

Song About A Chili Contest
Mouths are burned in these dark ages
You're not alone in this story's pages
The fire has started amongst the chilies and the peppers
And I try to hold it in, yeah I try to hold it in

My mouth is on fire and
It's more than I can handle
I drink up some water
(I try to cool my lips)
I try to eat more
More than I can handle
(Bring it to the table)
Eat what I am able

I watch the people and I find um laffing
Something I can do to change this moment
Stay away from me while the Fire is burning
Don't wanna be burned, don't wanna be burned


Mouths burn, mouths cool
Chilie still hurts
Acids clash, Stomics crash
Still there's talk of
Winning, still the heat
Is closing in on me

We put the water in my glass
Stay in the finals in this contest win
The more we take, the hoter it becomes
A fortune of one that means win win win

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 3

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