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Song Parodies -> "Beautiful Squeak"

Original Song Title:

"Beautiful Freak"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Eels

Parody Song Title:

"Beautiful Squeak"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

You're such a beautiful squeak
I've seen you dressed like Hull
He is my brother, don't you forget it

I know that I'll hate you
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak
You know that I'll fucking hate you
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak

Some people always listen to Kid Cudi
Remember his Outkast gig
When he told the crowd to suck his """"

You know that I'll, I'll love you
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak
You know that I'll, I'll loathe you
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak

Too old for this now
But I'll hope you will bray
And I'll be there to assume that we don't die of AIDS

You're such a beautiful squeak
I'll bet you are a self harmer
But not like, that Shirley Manson

You know that I'll, I'll hate you
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak
You know that I'll, I'll, loathe you
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak
You know that I'll, I'll loved you
Beautiful squeak
Beautiful squeak

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