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Song Parodies -> "Despicable Me"

Original Song Title:

"Bittersweet Me"

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Parody Song Title:

"Despicable Me"

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The Lyrics

yes, this is about the movie of the same title - enjoy!

I move across, the pyramid's lost
'Cause it was stolen
I look up the moon, gonna steal it soon
With my new shrink-ray

"You're despicable", your complaint
I don't give you anything
I don't know who you're workin' for
But your villainy is such a bore


I'd sooner be a parent
Then be trapped in this
How easy Vector thinks of this as despicable me

I can almost taste it
Not gonna fake it
Victory will be mine once more
When I deliver cookie robots to Vector's door


Three little girls, their hair in curls
I'll use them as distraction
I look across the way, looks like they're here to stay
This seems harder than I thought

Dear oh dear, seems my veneer
As "Dad" just isn't working
They don't understand that underneath,
My evil it is lurking



I move across, the little girls lost
Vector has them trapped
I'm red in the face and I'm lost in space
And now I think I've snapped

I float down back to planet Earth
Now everyone knows I've faked it,
But I could almost taste it
The victory that I've wasted


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The Nerd - July 26, 2010 - Report this comment
DKTOS, but I love the subject.

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