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Song Parodies -> "Troll"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Michael Jackson

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Angel Beaty

The Lyrics

For all of those who drive us insane on the Net.
Troll, you really should go look some more
This group is not what you are looking for.
Here we ponder and opine
We open up our minds
And you, dear troll, should see
You ramble witlessly
(You ramble witlessly)

Troll, it is a rather sad affair
Clearly lights are on but no one's there.
When your elevator stops
It's not quite at the top
It pains us all to see
The intellect of brie.
(The intellect of brie.)

You know I say -- Please let us be
You're boring us -- with lame debris.
Did you not read about this thread?
We laugh at those -- who are brain dead.

Troll, you really should be put away
We don't listen to a word you say.
Please don't let the door hit you
As you are going through
You see our only goal
Is to chat without a troll.

No trolls.
Good-bye trolls.

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