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Song Parodies -> "Ill"

Original Song Title:

"Milk"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Garbage

Parody Song Title:

"Ill"

Parody Written by:

Anaïs

The Lyrics

Not really a good parody, but please go easy on me guys... I'm ill! :P
I am ill
I have a strong fever
And I am cold
Like the Siberian winter

I feel tired
And I feel pain
I cannot stop coughing
I’m going insane

I’m stuck in my bed with a flu
I’m stuck in my bed with a flu

Stuffy nose and a sore throat…
When I talk I sound like an old goat!

I’m stuck in my bed with a flu
I’m stuck in my bed with a flu
I’m so damn fed up with this flu

I am ill
I have a strong fever
And I am cold
Like the Siberian winter

I’m stuck in my bed with a flu
I’m so damn fed up with this flu
I’m stuck in my bed with a flu
I’m aching I’m aching with flu

I’m aching
I’m aching
I’m aching with flu
ATCHOOOOOOOO!!!

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