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Song Parodies -> "Last Pape"

Original Song Title:

"Last Kiss"

Original Performer:

Pearl Jam

Parody Song Title:

"Last Pape"

Parody Written by:

Leigh Allason

The Lyrics

"Last Pape"

where oh where can the ziggy's be
i need to roll an L or a three
i smoke the reefer cause i like to get stoned
and i escape the bullsh*t i deal with at home

we were out on the porch with a bag of weed
we had to satisfy our need
so we took our last pape and we rolled up a joint
we don't delay we get right to the point

now we are high and were writing a song
it shouldn't take us very long
we'll just borrow the beat and write some new lines
it might sound weird but at least it rhymes


we dont even care we just like to jam out
it doesnt matter what we're singing about
so pick up the guitar and play us a tune
howl like the wind or bark at the moon

now we're coming down and we cant have that
i need to roll another bat
but to my dismay as i look around
not one paper can be found


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