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Song Parodies -> "I Peed My Pants"

Original Song Title:

"Just Another Day (Without You)"

Original Performer:

John Secada

Parody Song Title:

"I Peed My Pants"

Parody Written by:

Joseph Little

The Lyrics

It could be just me, but listening to the OS, this guy used to really sound like a little boy begging his mommy to go to the bathroom, which is why I wrote this parody
I need to go
When I drink juice I’m a peeing little monster
Every car ride together
It'd never be the same (It'd never be the same)
I wish I had my diaper
How can you tell me to (How can you tell me hold it that long)
hold it that long

I really need to potty
Where is the bathroom? Where is the bathroom?

'Cause I, I gotta pee
I don't think I’m fully potty trained
I really need to use the bathroom
I - I peed my pants
Trying to find exactly where to piss
I need a pair of pants and fresh socks
I need a pair of pants, oh

Making the dance
(Find the right way) to make you please pull over
What do I have to tell you
I'm just trying to hold on to something
(Trying to hold on before I explode)
Oh, I don’t think I’m gonna make it, (don’t think I’m gonna make it)
To make it
Oh, no no

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