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Song Parodies -> "No More Beers"

Original Song Title:

"No More Tears"

Original Performer:

Ozzy Osbourne

Parody Song Title:

"No More Beers"

Parody Written by:

Ron Presley

The Lyrics

Funniest of mine
No more Beers(Parody of No More Tears)

Chorus: No More Beers

Millerlite in the freezer is a black sort of lie
A 6-Pack to drunkness in the blink of a eye
A case of beers to burn will never be enough mom
The man in the dark will bring Samuel Adams

Your momma told you that you're not supposed to drink with strangers
Look in the cabnit tell me do you think Miller Lite's in danger here, yeah

Another drink passes as the night closes in
The Breath ALizer goes on to say it's Captain's Gin

I see the man around the corner drinking, does he see me?

I close my eyes and wait to hear the sound of someone drinking beer

So now that it's over can we just drink Pepsi?

I'd like to move on and make the most of Miller Lite

Maybe I'll piss before I leave me to think

Your Buds are so cold I don't know what else to drink

I never wanted it to end this way my Bud, my Guiness
Belive me when I say to you in A Pub I think I'm puking here

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