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Song Parodies -> "I Don't Want To Spill the Pastry"

Original Song Title:

"I Don't Want To Spoil the Party"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"I Don't Want To Spill the Pastry"

Parody Written by:

Jonathan Caws-Elwitt

The Lyrics

I don't want to spill the pastry, so I'll go
I would hate my clumsy nature to show
There's nothing around here
That's safe when I get near
I think I'll go and sit on some wet paint

Though I haven't had a drink, I'm such a klutz
I'm more mishap-prone than any drunken yutz
Something will go wrong
You won't have to wait long
If I damage something rare, send me the bill

Though my manners aren't bad
I'm all thumbs, yeah
When I leave here, you'll be glad
I'm all thumbs, yeah
© 2006 Jonathan Caws-ElwittMonkeys 1, Typewriters 0

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Pacing: 1.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 1

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MasonR - January 10, 2006 - Report this comment
This was funny...but where's the rest of the song? That's why I gave you 1 on pacing...the ground rules here are to parody the entire song. Good luck--try again, but do the whole thing.

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