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Song Parodies -> "Rob (aka R.Kelly)"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Michael Jackson

Parody Song Title:

"Rob (aka R.Kelly)"

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The Lyrics

This is Michael Jackson singing to his child loving buddy R. Kelly.
Rob, the two of us need sing no more
We're in more trouble than we can afford
With a friend to share my home
I'll never be alone
And Rob what friends we'll be
In cell block 30C (Right next to Kobe)

Rob, you're always singing here and there
But you sing like you never pissed in hair
And when your songs lose the rhyme
They ad-lib more than mine
Like now I do not know
So hee hee, oow, hoo hoo (Hee hee, oow, hoo hoo)

I was real black
Now am white
Nose now thin
Then was wide

Rob, people are always putting down your name
Cause your video girl tasted your hershey stains
Why do people always judge you
Just cause you like poo poo
I think they're ignorant
But kids are my best friends

Rob's my friend
My friend...
My friend...
My friennnddd...

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 3.0
Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 2

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Ana - February 17, 2006 - Report this comment
Good pacing but silly idea.

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