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Song Parodies -> "Paul and Jackie"

Original Song Title:

"Bennie and The Jets"

Original Performer:

Elton John

Parody Song Title:

"Paul and Jackie"

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The Lyrics

These kids are phat together
The Spotlight's hitting Anthony (bum dum bum)
That's been known to change the brothers of the men wearing adult diaper (Oh dum bum dum)
So stick to the ground
I mean stick around
Solid walls of Lard
Solid walls abound

Say John-Paul and Amanda have you seen them yet?
But they're so spaced out, Paul and Jackie
Oh but they're weird and they're wonderful
Oh Paul he's really fat
And Jackie she likes to be called Yackie
She's skinny and she has no card rack to stack her cards in
He's got a Spongebob shirt
His friend Anthony is a big galut
Did I spell that right?
Paul and Jackie

Hey kids he dated Nikki
And she is so Jealous of Jackie
Jackie she's so ageless
George Michael
He or she ain't faithless
Wasn't that a remake?
Give or take

Who's right who's wrong?
Who's right Who's wrong?
I sing this song
About Paul and Jackie

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