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Song Parodies -> "Gross Gore Gunk"

Original Song Title:

"It's Your Love"

Original Performer:

Tim McGraw + Faith Hill

Parody Song Title:

"Gross Gore Gunk"

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The Lyrics

For the record: I happen to LOVE horror movies!

Chomped on by a shaaaaark
Squeamish by the siiiiight
Rippin' out hearts
I'm yellin' out: "Yikes!"

Sick audible cruuuunch
Makes my head spiiiiin
I'm watchin' them get bruised
That Great White's chewin' all over again

Whoa... That's a horrible scene...
Don't think I can keep my lunch in
Now he's gulping down a boat
Man, I'm pissed that trailer didn't show...

All this blood...
Hate this beast and his huge teeth...
This killer shark's so rude, Mean...
I can't... take this junk!
Limbs are asunder
Glad I can't smell this hunter
Groooooss... gooooore... guuuuuuunk...

Needed to press pause
Sick of this crap
This flick about campin'
Shouldn't make me snap

Eyes are bulging out
From the murder on the screen
This film is not much better
That monster just severed
Some bratty nude teen

Whoa... Heard a female scream
Don't think that it came from the flick, Nooooooo...
Pretty sure my pants need changed
Horror films I view all drive me insane

All this blood...
Caused by mad Jason Voorhees
It makes me gawk, I'm sorry
Since you... turned this on...
The popcorn butter
Is dripping from our covers
Groooooss... goooooore... guuuuuunk...
Soooooo... Nasty!


Watched... Insane criminals swing
Ice picks... That sink deep into skin
Killer critters made of snow
Want to squish some weak human bones

Freddy's glove...
Turns those kids into ground beef
Some vampire's unbound teeth
Make this... Netflix night so rough
My date's much stronger
Since she excels with monsters
Looooves... grooooss... guuuuunk...
Stiiiiinks... liiiiiike... skuuuuunks...
Miiiiight... blooooow... chuuuuunks...

The movies I referenced in here are JAWS, Friday the 13th, My Bloody Valentine, Jack Frost, Nightmare on Elm Street & A gory vampire movie like (From Dusk Till Dawn)

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Pacing: 3.8
How Funny: 3.6
Overall Rating: 3.6

Total Votes: 8

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Jonathan - May 11, 2017 - Report this comment
honestly, that's a problem with horror movies these days. too much emphasis on blood, not enough on actually being scary! 5s
Max Power - May 30, 2017 - Report this comment
I get the feeling too, it's a gorefest, not a horror film.
bobpiecheese - May 30, 2017 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Behold: the reason I have zero plans to watch horror films! Your lovely descriptions really helped to pick up this boring-as-hell OS. 555 buckets of blood!
Rob Arndt - May 31, 2017 - Report this comment
There's a difference between horror films with enhanced SPFX and torture porn films that started with "Saw." I generally don't watch horror anymore unless it's multi-genre. Besides, Star Wars series, Marvel series, and Cameron movies have taken over making $600 million to $2 billion each in some cases. Endless crowds of devoted fans. 555! The films you mention are from the good old days of horror. A name to remember: John Carpenter ;-)

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