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Song Parodies -> "Train Tracks"

Original Song Title:

"Brain Stew"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"Train Tracks"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Did Bob Jim derail this song again? {sighs} Bring him in.

[Verse 1: Bob Jim]
I've been derailing games once again,
I'm getting reported by Reed every time,
As I get bored,
And still I'm sore,
But all these flags report me for good,
Bob Jim's banned, start the band.

[Verse 2: Bob Jim]
These monsters look scary as they can be,
Scaring the thief that stole everything,
They stole my pie,
They used my mouse,
And Reed has banned them once again.
Bob Jim's banned, start the band.

[Verse 3: Bob Jim]
My name is found almost everywhere,
The box is angry at my cooks,
Eddie's rough,
He's tougher than Joe,
And he'll be throwing me in the well.
Bob Jim's banned, start the band.

[Last Verse: Bob Jim]
Well, here I am, on Drawception again,
These monsters scared me and ran away.
They derailed the train,
The train is stuck,
And Reed has banned me one more time.
Bob Jim's banned, start the band.
Requested by Bob Jim, a.k.a Michael Robert Allen James Broadway the Fifth.
(C) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios.

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