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Song Parodies -> "All Of These Bugs In The Wall"

Original Song Title:

"Another Brick In The Wall"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"All Of These Bugs In The Wall"

Parody Written by:

annie gardner

The Lyrics

I am having much frustration
Might have to call pest control
There’s spyders waiting in the bathroom
Worker hope you stay alone
Hey! dumb ants! Leave my lunch alone
Crawl and crawl it’s yet another bug from the wall
Crawl and crawl having ball all these bugs in the wall

I don’t their irritation
Both the bugs and pest control
Earwigs are entering the bathroom
Beatles just leave me alone
Old Brown shoe get out of my home
Crawl and crawl it’s just some other bugs from the wall
Crawl and crawl having ball all these bugs in the wall

’ Splat; Do it again!’
‘You come here you’re dead meat; this is where I’m living.’ ‘House is where
I am living; you come here you’re dead meat’.
‘You! Yes you! Where hides the queen you work for buddy?’

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