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Song Parodies -> "You Broke The TV!"

Original Song Title:

"Dead On The Money"

Original Performer:

Andy Taylor

Parody Song Title:

"You Broke The TV!"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

this is what happens when someone breaks the TV....
Oh, you gotta be kidding...
you play the wii sports game like you do...
but this is a serious thing....
do you realize....
that one rule in the game?
Don't break the TV!
holy crap! you broke it!
and your eyes.... are red with rage!
and shocked right through me!
you had me scared
out of my life....
and so, YOU BROKE THE TV!!!!
*Knock Knock*
Me: ahhhh Shhhhhh.....
next is Mickey Heart! a parody of Steelheart.. by Steelheart! and Help I've fallen and I can't get up....

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 1

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LoriLoud33 - February 19, 2022 - Report this comment
I did a sequel to the song entitled "Lincoln Loud Broke The TV!" which features Lincoln Loud (a character from The Loud House) who is breaking the TV on accident, making Lori Loud pissed off at him.

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