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Song Parodies -> "Cartman's (from South Park) Song"

Original Song Title:

"Like A Prayer"

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Parody Song Title:

"Cartman's (from South Park) Song"

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The Lyrics

Cartman's one of my favorite charicters on South Park. I had to write a song about him.
Cartman is so funny
He likes to fart and sing
Always dreams of bling-bling
yeah that's Cartman
Do you know Eric Cartman? Yeah he's off of South Park.
He's the really fat one even though he dosn't think so
Always laughs at people, calls Kyle a stupid Jew Yeah that's Eric Cartman off of South Park

I hear his voice
calling someone a dumbass
He has a choice
Whether it's Terrence or Phillip on t.v

let the Canadians sing!

( chorus)

He closes his eyes
And sings a song 'bout Kyle's mom
He eats candy
And sings a song



Cartman is so funny
He likes to fart and sing
Always dreams of bling-bling
yeah that's Cartman


{another interlude people chanting}

Eric Cartman
He wears a light blue ski cap
Always wants to be rich & famous
That's Eric Cartman!

( chorus)

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