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Song Parodies -> "Derails"

Original Song Title:

"Brain Stew"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Yeah, I know Bob Jim is tired of all the Drawception derails he sees (don't we all get tired of derailing?) That's why Bob Jim has edited the title "Train Tracks" to "Derails" and edited the whole song parody.
[Verse 1: Bob]
I'm on Drawception playing along,
I played some games but got confused,
I play some more,
I get so sore.
But there's one thing I hate the most,

Set for sail, don't derail.

[Verse 2: Bob]
These monsters watch me in my sleep,
They want me to play one more game.
My eyes are closed,
So are my toes.
And Reed has seen me in my dream.

Learn the tale, don't derail.

[Verse 3: Bob]
Now every person hates my name,
I feel like I should lose some weight.
Brush my teeth,
And eat some fruits.
And that's when I lose all my loot.

Now I wail, I derailed.

[Verse 4: Bob]
I see a train that passes me by,
These monsters drove it the way back,
Wide-open eyes,
Total surprise,
Reed told them to stay on the track.

They're in jail, they derailed.
(C) Darius Studios.

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