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Song Parodies -> "Singer Ben Folds"

Original Song Title:

"Doctor My Eyes"

Original Performer:

Jackson Brown

Parody Song Title:

"Singer Ben Folds"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Singer Ben Folds was with Weird Al
And his tight bundle of songs are too crummy
Now I want to understand
I hate Ben Folds,not Weird Al
And Ben was really extremely somewhat nervous
Ben Folds was a crazy man

Singer Ben Folds
Singing what is wrong
Crazy stone cold
He couldn't cover a Queen song

But he was rocking the suburbs
This song is somewhat explicit
I've been hearing his craziest song each day
Some of his songs are worthless
He really didn't just cover Culture Club songs
He's a singing fool I hate

Singer Ben Folds
Hated Culture Club
He's not too bold
And he hated Chicago Cubs

Singer Ben Folds
Was friends with Weird Al
He never LOLs
Not saying,"I love you out loud"

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