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Song Parodies -> "Arse"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Built To Spill

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

You kick my arse
I'll kick your arse now
And that would get sore
And get the details to mix it out now with lol
Don't be asleep to get right now
Don't be asleep to be myself then

I wanna see if Seattle Seahawks win again tonight
I wanna see if I turned back and puked again
I wanna see if Belfast won the election back in 1952
I wanna get it then
I wanna get it then
I wanna get it then

To scratch the surface
That all bloody motherfucking needs to stop I wanna see if the heads are back so they slowly get smaller
I wanna see it now
I wanna see it now
I wanna relive those days now
I wanna go back to Belfast now
But I can't

I wanna see it then
I wanna see it then
I wanna see it then
I wanna see it then
I wanna see it then
I wanna see it then
I wanna see it then

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Overall Rating: 2.0

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