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Song Parodies -> "Lunchbreak Blues"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Be Cruel"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"Lunchbreak Blues"

Parody Written by:

Gregory Blake

The Lyrics

You know I can be found.
Eatin' lunch all alone.
But "Folks" keep comin' around,
Even callin' me on the phone.

Don't be "Rude!".
To a "Trouble Call Dude".
There's a lot at stake,
This is my "Lunchbreak!".
Let me make it "Crystal Clear!".
Wait till my "Break" is over!
"Get Outta' Here!".

So, what's it gonna' take?
I've only got a thirty minute "Break!".
What's it take to make you understand?
Can't you see the "Sandwich" in my hand?

(Repeat Chorus)

Well, I'm tellin' you one last time!
Hang around and "Your Ass" is mine.
You better "Move It" on out of here!
Don't let the "Door" hit you in the "Rear!".

Don't be "Rude!".
To a "Trouble Call Dude!".
Make no "Mistake!".
This is my "Lunchbreak!".
I don't want to get "Loud" and "Sneer!".
So, take your "Silly Assed Problem"
"Outta' Here!".

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