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Song Parodies -> "Need That"

Original Song Title:

"Lean Back"

Original Performer:

Terror Squad

Parody Song Title:

"Need That"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

2400TH PARODY, Y'ALL! And as is my tradition, I have taken a song I parodied back when I was stupid and inexperienced and re-parody along a vaguely similar topic. Last time I wrote about my brother because I did that a lot before I learned he didn't like it. This time, we're still not involving said bro, we're on a completely different track. The "You broke my important stuff!" track!
It's busted, uh-huh
Hope you're fast on your feet right now, man
'Cause this shit right here? Important-ish
Yeah, dumbass, I see you, dipshit, hands are red ones, uh
Yeah, uh, yo

I don't want your "Sorry"'s or your "Whoops!" or "Shit happens"
Latter is how a broken nose can happen
You landed on your stupid face
And it broke all of the stuff that I use to world-save
It's a mad world, I'm not the type
Of hero who's real strong or can friggin' fly (whoo!)
I have gadgets, some are damage-dealin', some do weird crap (uh-huh)
Right now, don't do shit 'cause you broke 'em in half (hahahahahaha)
"It's a problem now that it's all broken?"
Nah, you think? How'd you come up with such (whoo!) a notion (c'mon)?
You deserve all this mockery
By causin' more mess than old crockery
And that's the thing, the missin' piece to this here puzzle:
These are strong, were built to survive villains that toss rubble (whoo!)
Last for an age 'til the whole world ends (uh)
And yet some clumsy moron made 'em all go dead

Went and fell on your ass, yet you don't understand it
Why I want your pain (wanna kick your stupid ass) (can't you hear me?)
I need that, need that (one trip and now it's a busted pile of crap)
Need that, need that, c'mon
"It can't be more than a crack, you don't have to get mad"? Kid (whoo! Uh)
Shut your stupid face (can't you hear me?)
I need that (uh-huh), need that (that's right)
Need that (uh-huh), need that (yeah), c'mon

It's not that easy to gadget-revive
The parts aren't cheap, see, too long to arrive (yeah)
Can't be savin' dames, all of my heroism's deprived
And I know by the time that it's all fine, you'll drop by
And start smashin' crap with ev'ry single damn action
No shelf your hip won't bump, no desk your shin's not smackin'
I can't believe that you're not slapped or noogied
By all the douchey heroes who have no stomach for rookies
Listen, ev'ry single visit you destroy my equipment
And then walk around just bein' all flippant
"Whoops-a-daisy, clumsy me! Didn't mean to straight wreck it
Opportunity to double-check and test shit" Zip it
That whole sentence? Better redact it now
'Cause I don't wanna waste my time reactin', see
Wanna make new things bigger, not just the same triggers
World can't change if I always make remakes thicker

Gettin' sick of the smashes inside of my lab and
How no stuff remains (wanna kick your stupid ass) (can't you hear me?)
I need that, need that (each trip creates a new busted pile of crap)
Need that, need that, c'mon
At least the only things smashed is the stuff, not the plans which (whoo! Uh)
Help me to replace (can't you hear me?)
I need that (uh-huh), need that (that's right)
Need that (uh-huh), need that, c'mon

I'm not feelin' better now, pretty livid now
Don't have to start from scratch, bright side's got limits now
Because the whole time that I spend rebuildin' (huh)
Is when ev'ry level of villain levels buildin's
In fact, what if that's not an accident?
All my progress is slowed because you're plannin' it
Line the times you've come up with big reveals
Of domination plans, blown up automobiles
Thinkin' of the times you've shown, universal
That all that happens is a real quick, basic circle
Through the door, you fall down, messin' shit up
After that trip (uh-huh), leavin' like "Whoops! I suck!" (hahaha)
You've been foolin' me, I feel like such a sucker
Matter fact, I'm aware that I'm a total sucker
I see your face has darkened, it's a nasty shift
A little diff'rent from the face before, still flatten it (c'mon)

Ev'rything's smashed, more than a little damage
But it's just your game (wanna kick your stupid ass) (can't you hear me?)
I see that, see that (your trips delib'rately busted all my crap)
See that, see that, c'mon
I thought you were just a twat, just an absolute prat but (whoo! Uh)
That was your charade (can't you hear me?)
I see that (uh-huh), see that (that's right)
See that (uh-huh), see that, c'mon

Yeah! Can't you hear me?
Stop actin' stupid, know it's wrong, uh
Real klutz? No, never, you're an absolute devil, uh (can't you hear me?)
Yeah! Know your plot's this, c'mon
Nah, man, you won't make one more flop
Jerk, "the fool" ain't thee, jackass, c'mon, uh

This is the first milestone parody where I haven't gone for even a vague closeness to the original song. The closest similarity you could say is that both new titles have substituted "Lean" for "Need", but that's it. Because sometimes even I need to break out of my routine.

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