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Song Parodies -> "Make The Turds Go Away"

Original Song Title:

"Make The World Go Away"

Original Performer:

Eddy Arnold

Parody Song Title:

"Make The Turds Go Away"

Parody Written by:

Onan the Barfarian

The Lyrics

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Make the turds go away
That mess, it's clogged my crapper
Fear that clump is here to stay
Can't make the turds flow away

Do you remember what you fed me
That caused the turds to be this way
Was it soup made from kidneys
Or plates of curds mixed with whey

Make the turds go away
I must've lost my plunger
Smell the stink - I need some spray
To make the fumes go away

Tried pouring in some perfume
My nose was stuffed, made me sway
It left a yuck I can't get used to
Just made it worse, I'm afraid

Make the turds go away
That mess, a rock-hard boulder
Called a priest and had him pray
To make the turds go away

Stubborn stink is here to stay
Guess I must move far away

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Pacing: 4.2
How Funny: 4.8
Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 4

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2Eagle - March 19, 2012 - Report this comment
Called the priest - ha, that's a good one!

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