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Song Parodies -> "Sicilian"

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Simon And Garfunkel

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The Lyrics

Sicilian .. you're breaking my legs
You're upping my pain threshhold daily
Oh Sicilian, you'll shatter my knees
I'm begging you please, to desist
Sicilian, you're stopping my heart
I'm facing mortality daily
Oh Sicilian, I can't hardly breathe
I'm begging you please
For more time .. One more week

Getting punched in the afternoon by Sicilian
Down in a dungeon room
He gets up to protect his hand
With knuckles of brass
Then he starts in again

Sicilian .. you've broken my jaw
I'm shocked by your awfulness daily
Oh Sicilian, you've bashed my front teeth
I beg for relief
From your wrath .... No more wrath

Tribulation! He's struck me again
I fall to the floor; I ain't laughing
Tribulation! He's struck me again
I fall to the floor and die gasping

Ow, ow, OW ow .. ow OW ow ow OW
Ow, OW, ow ow OW .. Ow ow OW .....

(Repeat as many times as you can stand it)

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 39

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