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Song Parodies -> "16 Anvils"

Original Song Title:

"16 Candles"

Original Performer:

The Crests

Parody Song Title:

"16 Anvils"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Happy landing, happy landing buddy
Oh, I love it so

Sixteen anvils make a headache quite
But not as tight as your fall midflight ( as you fall midflight) (Ouch)
Below are cacti, makes your butt hurt too
And i'll be watching as the thorns are moved ( that the thorns are moved)

There, all the sixteen (sixteen)
Cant wait for the next scene (the next scene)
Now the pittiest, flatiest, whril I've ever seen ( I've ever seen) (ouch!)

Sixteen handles dropped in parts of show
Drop after for laughter where land I don't know (where land I don't know)

See only fifteen (fifteen)
Last one The Ends the screen
Oh, he's the craziest, beatupst, whril I've ever seen ( I've ever seen) (ouch!)

Sixteen anvils in my heart love grows
For ever and ever for I love this show (for I love this show)
For I love this show!!!

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Pacing: 4.9
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Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 28

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