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Song Parodies -> "Car-Bomb"

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Dead Kennedy's

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The Lyrics

Car bomb,
Car bomb,
Make you explode.
The road aint straight,
I feel weird.
I blow you up alone,
you'll fly real far
You will be engulfed by flames of doom.
Ohhhh,oooooohhh, oohhh, ohhhhhh!
Cross the trip-wire at 110.
Highway 50 and everyone's dead,
a sign says you car will explode...right about now.
I work all week for the N.R.A.
and all i do is attach
a bomb right on your car and then you do blow up
I'd tell you how i feel
but im not sure if i can'
because you suck at life
haha, you did explode.
Car bomb car bomb, retched noise!
car parts flying all over the football fields
explode, explode, like a caaaaaaaarr!
Zip through Iraq, the home of this bomb
cops aint here kuz they're all dead.
ka boom ka boom, you are all doomed!
Strappin it to your seatbelt or sticking it to the tires
this aint no way to go to heaven
I dont care.
blow up the 7/11.

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