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Song Parodies -> "What a Blunderful World"

Original Song Title:

"What a Wonderful World"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Louis Armstrong

Parody Song Title:

"What a Blunderful World"

Parody Written by:

harry

The Lyrics

IOU stands for when the white men stole the lands out from countless indigenous people who were on this land tens of thousands of years before the settlers.
I see he's real mean, brown nosers too
I see them swoon, forming a queue
And I think to myself what a blunderful world

I see piles of poo, and crowds of whites
The right infested cray, the stark naked plight
And I think to myself what a blunderful world

The cowards, they're insane bro, so petty in pig sties
Are assholes spouting faeces—they're creeps, voles, trolling by,
I see dumb men staking lands, saying, “How! I.O.U.”
They're really saying, "we screwed you"

I hear crazies lying, I watch them gloat
They're burnt, such bores, they're yellow drones
And I think to myself what a blunderful world
Mess! they stink, PHEW! Thine smell! what a blunderful world

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