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Song Parodies -> "White Rabid"

Original Song Title:

"White Rabbit"

Original Performer:

Jefferson Airplane

Parody Song Title:

"White Rabid"

Parody Written by:

eel deal

The Lyrics

alternative title: "Quite Rabid"
The Pillow Guy made you looney
Carlson made your mind stall
And the lines that Conald gives you
Have no truth at all
He has malice
He is so damned small

When you go down a rabid hole
You know you're going to fall
You’re like a meth-vaping kooky critter
With you we are appalled
You have malice
You are so damned small

Crackpot lawyers who should be disbarred
All have told what you should know
It’s as if you ate a bad mushroom
And your mind has fully croaked
You have malice
Your mouth now foams

You have no logic, you are distorted
You’re as good as brain-dead
Everything you believe is backwards
Orange Mussolini robbed your head

Remember what this parody says:
You have a diseased head
Diseased head
Diseased head

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Pacing: 1.1
How Funny: 1.1
Overall Rating: 1.1

Total Votes: 27

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