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Song Parodies -> "Depression Hurts Kaleb More"

Original Song Title:

"The Door"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

George Jones

Parody Song Title:

"Depression Hurts Kaleb More"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

This song was written by Caleb Jon Coleen (not Coleman, or maybe it was actually Kaleb Martinson)
WARNING: Kaleb says it's edgy, and depressing. Don't read if you have a weak stomach.
[verse 1: Kaleb]
I went to my car with my good ol' McDonald's Big Mac,
But the police stopped me there, cause they said I eat and drive.
Then they handcuffed me, they told me that I cannot pay the tax.
I had tried to make it out of this place while alive.

[Verse 2: Kaleb]
I'm in prison, facing the cruel punishment.
They had taken my food, and threw it in the trash.
I'm starving to death, I don't think I'll be able to face it.
I wanted to pay my meal, with all my cash.

[Chorus: Kaleb]
I saw that rope, I would think I'm suicidal...
I had to use it and end my fatal dreams,
Self-abuse was one of my horrible deaths, I wanted to lay down on the floor.
Let me tell you now, depression hurts me more.

Self-abuse was one of my horrifying deaths, and I had to lay down on the floor.
I wanna tall you now, depression hurts me more.
To Kaleb, I feel your pain, bro. I've got crippling depression since you wrote this for me.
Kaleb: Thanks, dude.
(C) Joseph Kent Dash Henson Studios.

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