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Song Parodies -> "Heil Me Out To Stephen Fry"

Original Song Title:

"Hang Me Out To Dry"

Original Performer:

Cold War Kids

Parody Song Title:

"Heil Me Out To Stephen Fry"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Have you seen QI
It's, it's hosted by Stephen Fry
What a shame
Do you recognise this chap
It is Stephen Fry calling
I never be seen nowhere else

So
Heil me out to Stephen Fry
Speak, speak out to Alan Davies
You are a Blackadder
Now you're in Red Dwarf
Calm down now
If you're addicted to Basil Brush Then taking back Sunday
Oh, it's shite

So hang me out to Stephen Fry We're, we're too old for Rugrats So hang me out to Stephen Fry Now be a Mock The Week cunt

So hang me out to Stephen Fry I, I self-harm to myself as I do
Now what is Stephen Fry
And why was Basil Brush off TV

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