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Song Parodies -> "It's Gonna Be Meat"

Original Song Title:

"It's Gonna Be Me"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"It's Gonna Be Meat"

Parody Written by:

Ron Presley

The Lyrics

You've eatin some Spam babe
That's why you need it fried
You've seen the roastbeef overflow, oh
I think food should be free
That we shouldn't put it in the den,
No Ham,no diet
Maybe you should try

Every little Market with food
Never seems to have meat dude
You can get it old or new
But we can't find Slim Jim's
Lady,you eat in the ally
Eat veggies in the lobby
Guess what
It's gonna be meat

Stop singning you have no voice babe
But to eat by dawn,don't grow
There isn't any good Glue Paste, 'cause it's on my butt
The market was highjacked by Bruce Lee
But in the end you know it's gonna be meat
Steak can be fried
So just get it and try

Repeat Chorus

There comes a day
When I'll weight a ton
You'll see
It's gonna, gonna, gonna, gonna, gonna,
It's gonna be meat
All I ate was food
Ha,that's not true
Don't give me just a bite
But I can eat ckicken at night
When I never get food enought
Guess What, guess what

Repeat Chorus

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