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Song Parodies -> "What Did You Do To My Pepsi, Cousin!?"

Original Song Title:

"I Don't Want To Live Without You"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Foreigner

Parody Song Title:

"What Did You Do To My Pepsi, Cousin!?"

Parody Written by:

AnimeFan

The Lyrics

This is a sequel to my parody of white wedding....
you know I find it strange
to find my Pepsi in the trash....
and I don't know how you did it...
did you just down it all and throw it in there?
GIMME MY PEPSI BACK!!!
Ooooh, you didn't just say.... That 7UP is terrible....
Boy, now or never... your gonna give it back
sooner or later
now or never
I Don't wanna live without my Pepsi, dude!
you don't understand how I need it for my gig, bro!
are you trying to tell me that I don't need it!?
now that you just took it out of my hands...
your grounded.....
you are making me mad....
Joshua(my cousin): I'M SORRY!!!
Me: GET BACK HERE!!! *song fades as my cousin pleads for forgiveness*
I will do Mello Yello a parody of Rebel Yell (by Billy Idol!) and then next month I'll do Christina Grimmie a parody of Rocket Man!!

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