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Song Parodies -> "Kurt"

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Original Performer:

Nine Inch Nails

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Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

I've nevermind myself today
To sing me 'In Bloom' tonight
I focus on his painless tantrums Forcing me to speak
The speaking disappears
I ain't Chad Channing
But I remember April 5

What did he become
My empire of toilet duck
Reading my own Nevermind
I ain't so much Kurt Cobain
If I start reading again
My own childhood now tonight
And if i'm Courtney Love
I will make youse Kurt

I wear my own L7 shirt
upon my Rollins Band
I take care of gunshot wounds
But I read it in my Newsweek
On my interstate love songs
I sing about it all
So, god shuffled his feet again
But sadly, not his 'Wonderwall'

As I had it before
My Ziggy Stardust from birth
Playing with my Playmobill toys when I heard Kurt Cobain died

Back when playing with things
was actually that good
Not what it's like now
Just a childish phase
If I can start again
Playing my Mellon Collie
And I used to have Britpop
Now I have death metal
Wear me out tonight
Likened my Turin Brakes

I will find my Dookie

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Pope Francis - November 15, 2013 - Report this comment
I pray to God you find your Dookie.
Pope Francis' Brother - November 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Who did Dookie

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