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Song Parodies -> "You Are What You Eat"

Original Song Title:

"The Star Spangled Banner"

Original Performer:

Francis Scott Key

Parody Song Title:

"You Are What You Eat"

Parody Written by:

Franky Scott Keynes

The Lyrics

All the food that you eat
Goes as mash down your throat
Into acid that melts it
To digestive juices

Then it's shoved through your meat
Past your miles of flesh
As you take what you need
Til to waste you reduce it

Then it finds Light at last
When it's pushed out your ass
And it starts to transform
Into food for the grass

And maybe you'll eat it again some day
In the Land of the Free --
And the Home of the Brave

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Patrick - March 11, 2020 - Report this comment
Colin Kaepernick knelt to the original. Would sitting be the appropriate posture for listening to your parody?

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