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Song Parodies -> "Flatbush Avenue(version 2)"

Original Song Title:

"Electric Avenue"

Original Performer:

Eddy Grant

Parody Song Title:

"Flatbush Avenue(version 2)"

Parody Written by:

White Trash

The Lyrics

version one was weird als version he only did a fragment of the song but my version is a whole parody flat bush ave is a street in brooklyn city in the song all mention breyers which is a type brand of ice cream
down on the street the food got good fragrence
and some liverwurst and some lunch
nosh on some radish and cookies
another hamburger all in a bun oh no

we gonna run down through to
flatbush avenue
and then well eat the breyers
we gonna run down through to
flatbush avenue
and then its to the liver oh no

Workin' so hard to deliver
always want the pork on tv
Deep in my heart I am hungrier
watch the food get ate by the kids oh no


Who is to say they got bagels
Never can eat all the buns
Dealin' in cookin and bakin
and we still can feed everyone


Out in the street...
Out in the street...
eatin the beef now
In the dark side of town...)


(eatin in the daytime and eatin at night)


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